Money

Start Talking to Your Kids About Investing—Here's Where to Start

Start Talking to Your Kids About Investing—Here’s Where to Start

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / August 8, 2022 /

Because financial literacy is usually left up to parents to provide, it’s important to consistently have those discussions with your children and help them understand the concepts of risk and reward, compound interest and feeling comfortable with the investing process. 

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Redefining Wealth Means Empowering Your Employees to Leave Your Company to Start Their Own Businesses

Redefining Wealth Means Empowering Your Employees to Leave Your Company to Start Their Own Businesses

By Jason Dorsey / August 2, 2022 /

When we help others achieve their goals, like starting a company or a nonprofit, we give our employees the opportunity to recreate the same scenario with their own employees.

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Adjust Your Money Mindset with Anthony O'Neal

Adjust Your Money Mindset with Anthony O’Neal

By Alex Lindley / July 27, 2022 /

Money matters have not been at the forefront of O’Neal’s mind for his entire life. In fact, money was a subject that rarely—if ever—came up during his childhood.

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Conducting Your Mid-Year Financial Review

Add a Personal Mid-Year Review to Help You Conquer Your Goals

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / July 25, 2022 /

We just recently passed the halfway mark of 2022, and now is a great time to check in on where things stand with your financial and personal goals and to find the motivation to keep making progress, however slow. 

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Tori Dunlap, Founder of Her First 100K is on a Mission to Close the Gender Pay Gap

By Tori Dunlap / July 25, 2022 /

It all started with a goal. I wanted to save $100,000 by age 25. Although it was an achievement that could be considered the highlight of my 20s, for me, it was only the beginning of what has become my life’s mission. In the two years since accomplishing that goal, I have gone on to…

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3 Steps to Take Before Going Into Business for Yourself

3 Steps to Take Before Going Into Business for Yourself

By Sara Gelsheimer / July 20, 2022 /

First thing’s first, you’ll have to pay Uncle Sam. W-2 employees are employed through a company and automatically have their taxes deducted from their paychecks. However, self-employed individuals must set aside a portion of their take-home pay to cover taxes.

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Budget-Friendly Travel Tips to Make Getting On The Road Easier

Budget-Friendly Travel Tips to Make Getting On The Road Easier

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / July 18, 2022 /

Thinking through how you’ll handle a flight delay or cancellation, what you’ll do if your bank card is lost or stolen and what items you should have in your suitcase can make your trip easier and safer.

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Overcoming the Economic Storm as a Salesperson Starts with Embracing Inevitable Change

Overcoming the Economic Storm as a Salesperson Starts with Embracing Inevitable Change

By Jeffrey Gitomer / July 14, 2022 /

Most people are a combination of reluctant and resistant, or a mix of scared and worried. You are not alone, but it doesn’t mean you have to join the afflicted or the paralyzed.

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You've Paid Off Your Debt! Now What?

You’ve Paid Off Your Debt! Now What?

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / July 11, 2022 /

Without a good plan for what used to be your debt payment, you run the risk of lifestyle inflation and spending all of that money before it has a chance to help you make your future better.

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A Millennial’s Guide to Finances: 5 Things to Start Before You Turn 30

A Millennial’s Guide to Finances: 5 Things to Start Before You Turn 30

By Megan Nicole O'Neal / July 5, 2022 /

Do you know where your money is going?

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