House Hacking 2020

House Hacking 2020

My first house hacking was my first primary residence. Although I technically became a landlord, I didn’t consider myself a real estate investor.  I sold that property at my first opportunity. However, if I only understood real estate investing strategies, I would have never let 

How Risk Averse Are You? Here Are the Best Ways to Find Out?

How Risk Averse Are You? Here Are the Best Ways to Find Out?

All of the recent hype surrounding Gamestop, cryptocurrency, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and meme stocks made me question – is anyone risk-averse anymore? Does anyone value consistent returns over the 50/50 gamble to win big or lose it all? Of course, I know the answer is 

The Best Debit Cards for Kids to Teach Them About Money

The Best Debit Cards for Kids to Teach Them About Money

Giving your child a debit card can be an excellent way to teach them about money and budgeting early in life. With consumer debt in the US growing to over $14 trillion, according to CNBC and the Fed, any step you can take to help 

12 Best Investment Apps You Might Not Know About

12 Best Investment Apps You Might Not Know About

Looking for the newest and best investment apps? We’re here to help you find the perfect app to improve your finances. Remember when you had to call up your broker or financial advisor to buy a stock or scan the newspaper for the latest quotes? 

10 Best Brokerage Accounts To Consider When Investing

10 Best Brokerage Accounts To Consider When Investing

When you are ready to start investing your money, choosing the right brokerage account is the key to reaching your financial goals and building the right foundation. Fortunately, you have plenty of options to consider when you are looking for your online broker. This is 

5 Best Performing Stocks And What To Buy Now

5 Best Performing Stocks And What To Buy Now

2020 was a weird year for the world economy. Even more surprising has been the impact of the economic fallout on the stock market. It was a year when expensive stocks grew even more costly. Given the high unemployment rate and the fall in GDP,