The free money we’re talking about has to do with retirement contributions. Many employers will match a portion of the money their employees contribute to their employer-sponsored retirement account.
Spring is here-ish and it’s time to open the windows and tackle our springtime to-do lists. And as long as you’re on a roll, why not turn a little of that energy to your finances? After all, you just had to dig out all your paperwork to deal with your taxes. Instead of just shoving it back into the box or filing cabinet, why not give it a good spring cleaning too?
There’s no time like the present to start financial planning for your future. Give yourself peace of mind with these financing tips for saving and investing and learn how to start saving money now.
We all do it. We promise ourselves this will be the year we spend less, save more and embrace our best selves, but sometimes…life has other plans, and that’s okay. But don’t worry. It’s not too late to get back on track to financial freedom and put this year in the win column.
Not sure where to start? We’ve got you covered with these mid-year resolutions for better money management.
Each generation comes with its own unique challenges. For millennials, this often means a lower degree of financial literacy. Finances can be daunting and confusing, but there are several strategies that can make them more manageable. Below are five ways to help millennials take the leap to financial literacy and security.
As soon as you graduate, it seems like everyone is constantly talking about the future. Especially when it comes to money. Where are you working? How much are you making? Have you started a savings plan yet? What about a 401(k)? The last question can be especially stressful. You just started working! You’ve barely even had the chance to make money, let alone put some of it aside. And what is a 401(k), anyway? We’re here to break it down for you.