Tiffany Aliche, better known as the Budgetnista, went from a negative $300,000 net worth to over 7 figures in just six years. Her journey is an amazing story of tenacity and hard work. She shares 6 heartfelt financial tips with her unborn daughter about Money, Self-Worth and Purpose.
How many times have you heard, “Save early” and “Save Often? How about “Time in the market beats timing the market”? There’s a reason they are said ad nauseam and the evidence behind them is powerful. Here are some examples demonstrating the true magic of saving early and leveraging compounded interest to drastically change your life.
The pursuit of happiness is a path riddled with potential missteps. You must truly understand how best to utilize money and the most valuable resource it can purchase. It’s not the house, fancy cars, exotic vacations, gadgets, designer clothing, or anything similar that will bring you lasting joy. I’m fairly certain, everyone will agree that this is the best investment money can buy.
Discover Runaway Expenses by comparing your cost of living to the average American. I’m walking through an exercise using data from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics with my daughter. We are going to compare our family’s expenses versus the averages from the Consumer Expenditure Survey. Go through the steps yourself and find areas of opportunity to cut costs or even reveal a philosophical vulnerability, as I did.
Trevor Tune shares his experiences trading Penny Stocks in college and falling victim to the “Pump and Dump” scheme. After going on a winning streak attempting to get rich quick and then losing everything, he came to realize that long term sustainable investing is the key to success. Here’s his message for the next generation.
Every college applicant will ask themselves, “What Should I Major In?” Here is a practical method that some have used to go from minimum wage to over SIX figures in just 3 years. A degree with significant return on investment is one way to fast track Financial Independence.