How To Get A Prenup: Because You Absolutely Do Need One

So you followed the advice and invested in your twenties – and now you’ve found the one and are ready to get married. We’re going to talk about how to get a prenup (and why you’re going to want one). What Is A Prenup A prenup – short for prenuptial agreement – is a legally…

Catherine Byerly 05 May

8 Habits of Successful People That You Can Copy (and Become Successful Too)

Sound like a conversation you’ve had with someone before? Usually that’s where the conversation ends. Sure, we might daydream for a minute about being rich and how awesome it would be to not have to worry about money. But then we just go about our lives as usual, doing things the same old way we always have…

Jeff Proctor 03 May

7 Investment Strategies for 30 Year Old and Tips to Get Started

Who thought you would be researching investment strategies for 30 year old at this point in life? When you reach your thirties, the game begins to change when it comes to your finances. You’re no longer in the joy ride of your twenties, where retirement seemed like a far away imaginary life. Your thirties are the…

Jeff Proctor 12 Apr

Student Loan Repayment: 4 Sneaky Tips to Pay Them Off Faster

Wondering how you should tackle your student loan repayment? If so, welcome to the club (me too). College flew by and now you’re one of the approximately 40 million Americans that are burdened with at least some amount of student debt. According to a recent study, the average class of 2014 graduate carries $33,000 in…

Jeff Proctor 30 Mar

How to Rack Up a Million Dollars by Retirement (Even On an Average Joe’s Salary)

Growing your retirement savings from zero to a million dollars isn’t as far out of reach as it may sound. All it takes is time and discipline. Here’s how you can retire a millionaire, even on an average Joe’s salary.

Average Joe Finance 09 Jan

Putting the “Life” Back in Life Insurance: A Facelift for an Age-Old Industry

Studies show that 70 percent of consumers believe they need life insurance, but only 59 percent actually have it. Is your family financially prepared to live without you if they ever have to? Lucky for you, life insurance has never been simpler or more affordable.

Megan Robinson 19 Dec

18 Genius Hacks to Help You Travel for Less This Holiday Season

When it comes to holiday travel hacks, the more the merrier! Here are 18 tips to save money on travel that make your holiday season less stressful and the time you have with your family all the merrier.

Tim Jordan 12 Dec

9 Ways Your Bad Credit Score is Hurting You (and How to Fix It)

If you have bad credit, you are not alone. Did you know that 56% of Americans suffer from bad credit? Here’s how to find your credit score, some negative side effects of having bad credit, and how you can start improving your credit score now.

Jeff Proctor 01 Oct

Overwhelmed by Student Loans? Consider Refinancing Today

The average Class of 2016 college graduate has $37,172 in student loan debt. Over the past couple of years, I’ve pulled a few tricks from my sleeve to make my debt go away as fast as possible — without sacrificing a ton to make it happen.

Jeff Proctor 01 Apr

5 Best Investment Apps for Beginner Investors in 2018

With dozens of trading and investing apps currently on the market, it can be tricky to separate the good from the bad. To help you find the right one for you, we put together this list of the best investment apps for beginners in 2018.

Jeff Proctor 23 Sep