Tag: personal finance

Should you pay off your home early?

Home ownership is one of the cornerstones of achieving the American dream. Purchasing a home gives individuals and families to accumulate wealth through equity and...

The case for Paying Off Debt

We’ve all known the feeling of having debt. Whether it is student loans, car loans, mortgages or credit cards. Debt is a way of life...

Money lessons From a Gardener

At the risk of sounding overly philosophical, I’d say that gardening has taught me a lot about money and investing. I wasn’t always a gardener....

What is a SPAC or Blank Check Company?

For the average joe investor, there has never been a better time in terms of investing options. Doors reserved for the wealthy few are now...

The Two Strategies Of Attacking Debt

Trying to achieve financial success without paying off debt first is like trying to finish a marathon with a ball and chain. Becoming debt free...

The four financial accounts for success

The number of Americans living paycheck to paycheck was shockingly high prior to the pandemic and the virus would not have been kind to any...

Step 2 – Investing Basics

I define Investing as the process of converting cash into cash flows. If you are new to investing, look for investments that will create cash...

Steps to a Sound Retirement Plan

It is no secret that the United States is the beacon of capitalism in the world. The country however has several social safety nets it...

Creating a Personal Budget

Nothing can be accomplished without deliberate action. Even to win a lottery, you need to go to a store and buy a ticket. Assuming that...