Whether you’re a financial wiz or just learning the ropes, so many ways exist to improve your financial literacy. Here are four to get you started.
Buying a house is one of the biggest financial decisions you’ll likely make in your lifetime. For many people, home buying is considered an important part in achieving the “American dream.” While it can feel good to own a home of your own, doing so can come with some costs and limitations.
Like most of us, you probably flock to the internet for answers when you want to practice some financial self control. In today’s episode, James reveals 12 strategies to curb overspending that actually work, as well as his two personal favorite methods.
Join James and special guest Mike Maisel on this week’s episode as they dive into the idiosyncrasies of money. How much are you willing to leave your children, and what are you taking from them by giving them so much?
Under-spenders, in the midst of what they said they wanted, will tell themeless over and over again that it’s a waste of money. Sound like you? On this week’s episode, James considers the negative repercussions of under-spending and missing out on all the memories you meant to make but never did. Take the vacation, book the trip, do the thing! After all, isn’t that why you save so diligently in the first place?
If you have good financial habits, you probably also have one (or a few) financial weaknesses. On their own, these weaknesses aren’t detrimental to your financial plan, but they create unstable conditions for retirement over time.
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