Whether you’re fully invested in the gig economy or you have a part-time job in addition to your full-time one, one thing is certain: If you’re giving up your free time in order to do more work, you want to make sure you’re getting the most out of it.
Financial optimism isn’t about ignoring challenges. It’s about believing you have the ability to face those challenges head on and improve your finances in spite of them.
Setting financial goals is important, but in order to stick to them long term, you also need habits and systems in place for following through.
Making a plan for achieving your money goals is important, but just as crucial is making a plan for managing the setbacks you might face along the way.
Each life stage typically comes with new financial challenges and considerations, so we’re breaking down the most important money move to make in each decade to help guide your next steps no matter your age.
Managing money as a small business owner presents a unique set of financial challenges that extend far beyond the basics of personal finance.
It’s OK to like money. Be a proud earner and reclaim ownership of your income potential.
Take the financial steps necessary to afford your dreams.
Redirect your financial habits toward supporting your long-term happiness.