Money and Life
Money and life covers topics related to family and money, personal productivity, and the psychology of money.
Going through divorce means rebuilding your life — and your finances. Knowing what to do and working with the right professionals can make the whole process go smoother.
A basic personal finance question everyone should ask themselves is "Do I need to make more money, or simply spend less". We can give you an answer and also help you decide if you'd rather be rich or wealthy.
Many millennials have a new idea of the American Dream, one that centers around financial independence. How attainable is it?
Everyone has to pay taxes during their lives, but these taxes are some of the weirdest you'll ever come across.
It seems inevitable that our world will eventually be without cash. So it’s best to prepare for that potential reality now. Here are four ways you can begin to prepare for a cash-free life.
Rob Berger kicks off his book dispelling the myth that financial freedom is a luxury that can only be afforded by the elite few. Retire Before Mom and Dad is a surprisingly easy read. Rob speaks directly to the the average Joe on how to reach financial freedom and provides us with the numbers to back it up.
So, how would one define — and achieve — a healthy relationship with money? Let’s take some of the most impactful relationship advice out there, and see just how seamlessly it transitions from our personal life to our finances.
Renting a home offers flexibility in lifestyle, along with other perks. If you’re looking for a place to rent, there are affordable cities where you can easily spend less on rent than you would on a mortgage.
What should you make of the most recent reduction in interest rates. Here, you will find some of the justifications for the reduction, what it means for you, as well as what you should expect next.