How to Become a Social Media Manager
Becoming a social media manager isn’t easy, but it is possible. You can either work for a company or be your own boss. Learn how to create an online portfolio, reach out to companies and find your next gig.
Visa and MasterCard Aren’t the Only Types of Debit Cards You Need to Know About
Your debit card is the most versatile card in your wallet. You can use it to buy something in person or online or withdraw cash from your bank account. Each type of debit card has its own advantages and drawbacks.
How to Manage Your Money (Without Losing Your Mind)
If you’re wondering how to manage your money but aren’t sure where to start, you’re not alone. Money management isn’t something you learn in school (although this is changing) and many of you probably didn’t learn money management from your parents.
How Much Money Do I Need to Retire?
Many people worry whether or not they’re saving enough money for retirement. To make matters more complicated, there is a lot of conflicting information out there when it comes to retirement savings goals, the ideal withdrawal rate, and more.
What is a Sinking Fund and Do I Need One?
A sinking fund is money you set aside every month for a specific purpose. Whereas emergency funds are for financial surprises, sinking funds are for planned expenses that are easy to forget about because they only pop up every few months.
How to Track Expenses in 3 Easy Steps and Never Fail at Budgeting Again
If you’ve tried budgeting before and failed, you’re in good company. In fact, I’d argue it takes most people 3-6 months to learn how to track expenses, stick to a budget, and plan achievable goals for the future.
How to Retire Early: Reach Early Retirement in 7 Simple Steps
What if you could go to work tomorrow, give your boss two weeks’ notice, and then never work a job again after that? The good news is that it’s possible. More and more people are learning how to retire early every day.
What is a Credit Union and What are the Benefits of Membership?
Unlike banks, credit unions are member-owned. You can think of them like a cooperative where each member is a shareholder in a not-for-profit organization. Sometimes the money in your credit union account is even called shares instead of cash.
How to Become Rich: A Legitimate “Get Rich” Strategy for Real People
Becoming rich is available to anyone, regardless of their upbringing or education level. Here are some realistic strategies to get rich without winning the lottery or inheriting a large sum of money.
Money and Relationships: How to Merge Finances without Any Drama
There are many benefits to combining finances with your partner, namely a shared sense of unity and responsibility. Sharing bank accounts encourages you to work together to reach your financial goals, but it can also cause tension if you’re not careful.