The following is a guest post from Lauren Keen of Adulting Is Easy. Congratulations on taking your first big step into adulthood by getting your first job. You did your research, you nailed the interviews, and you got the job. Now, what are you going to do with your paychecks? 1. Set Up Direct Deposit … Read more8 Steps to Take After Landing Your First Job
The following is a guest post written by Chloe Flowers, a personal finance writer. Getting a raise is great news. Not only does it signify an achievement, but it will also allow for a bit more financial flexibility. That means a little more wiggle room when it comes to your bills, a few more opportunities … Read moreCommon Saving Mistakes to Avoid After Getting a Raise
The following is a guest post from Financial Wolves, a blog focused on helping you make more money to achieve financial freedom. Although single-family real estate (SFR) and commercial real estate (CRE) investing appears to be one and the same thing, both these real estate categories are significantly different from each other. Why Real Estate … Read moreSingle Family Vs Commercial Real Estate Investing: What is Better?
It’s been quite a while since I’ve written a post, but I have some really exciting news to share with you! For the past couple of months, I’ve been working on a course with my good friend and business partner, Julie. After countless 16+ hour workdays, multiple roadblocks, and a whole lot of grit, our … Read moreGold City Ventures Side Hustle Courses
The following is a guest post from Greg Johson at Club Thrifty. What do you think about when you hear the word “investing?” If you’re like most people, stocks and bonds are probably the first items that come to mind. Or, perhaps mutual funds and ETFs are more your style. Although “traditional” investments are still … Read more4 Alternative Investment Ideas That Aren’t Stocks
The following is a guest post from freelance writer, Ainsley Lawrence. Money management is hard, especially if you’re a young adult coming into independence for the first time in your life. Even if you had jobs through high school and college, experiencing newfound independence and no responsibility from school can be an exciting yet daunting … Read more3 Ways to Start Planning for Retirement
The following is a guest post from Simple Money Tips for Women. Your years of studying are finally paying off; you have your college degree! Those all-nighters are a thing of the past, and you’re ready to take on the world. Except, how do you really go about living your life? For a lot of … Read moreI Just Got My College Degree: Now What?
This past week was one of my favorite weeks of the entire tour. It was really nice to kick back for a few days without any events and just enjoy the beauty of Banff. I can definitely say that I’ll be back visiting in the future. Unfortunately, we had a few hiccups with our transportation … Read moreFinancial Freedom Book Tour: Week 8
We have officially passed the halfway mark for the book tour! This past week was definitely different than anticipated, but I had a great time hanging out in Seattle with J from Millennial Boss and her husband, Doug. Unfortunately, Grant was back in NYC for most the week, but we were able to reconnect in … Read moreFinancial Freedom Book Tour: Week 7
What a crazy week we’ve had. The beginning of the week was filled with extraordinary nature — driving along Highway 1 and camping in the Redwood forest. By the middle of the week, we had made it Portland and started to catch up with friends and host some fun meetup events. Unfortunately, toward the end … Read moreFinancial Freedom Book Tour: Week 6