A Beginner’s Guide to Mortgages

A Beginner’s Guide to Mortgages

Buying a house is one of the biggest investments a person can make. However, the excitement and stress involved with such a purchase can often be overwhelming. Without the proper strategy and research, it’s very easy to make a mistake and end up spending more than...
When to See a Financial Advisor

When to See a Financial Advisor

For many, talking about money can be a nerve-wracking experience. It’s not included in the preferred “small-talk” topic list, and some consider it a sensitive subject. However, conversations about personal finance are an important element in the process of helping...

Avoiding Emotional Investing

Let’s begin by talking about what emotional investing actually is before we try to avoid it. Emotional investing can manifest in a few different scenarios, but most commonly, it involves selling a lot at once or purchasing a lot. The kicker is that in order to really...

Avoiding Common Money Mistakes (Continued)

Continuing from Part I. Read it here! Be Proactive: A lot of bad spending and finance habits are reactive. That means many of us wait until something bad happens in order to fix it. Think about the dentists bill, or the car in the repair garage. The reactive spender...

Breaking Bad Tradition

On the road to financial freedom, we are most prone to emulating the lives and habits of those we learn from. And, more often than not, those models are our parents. Some of us had parents who exhibited awesome financial habits, and managed to learn from them. Others...