The 6 Do’s and Don’ts of Budgeting

Consider this: The median household income of Americans in 2019 was just over $68,000 according to the Census Bureau. If starting a budget caused you to save even 1% more of your yearly income, that would be an average of about $56 a month of savings. When $56 is invested per month over your 40Continue reading “The 6 Do’s and Don’ts of Budgeting”

I Started a You Tube Channel for Personal Finance!

Hey all! Happy Friday! I wanted to let you know, I have now started a You Tube channel to add to the blog! Watch the first video below! I’m really excited about this because I like making videos and I find it’s a little easier to entertain through video than through writing. I’ll be attemptingContinue reading “I Started a You Tube Channel for Personal Finance!”

Here’s Why You Should Want a $0 Tax Return Too

April 15th is a bad day for paperwork (and accountants) but a lot of people seem weirdly excited for the results of tax day, don’t they? “I’m getting a huge tax return this year so I’m going to use it on that trip to Europe I’ve been wanting to take!” I get it, I loveContinue reading “Here’s Why You Should Want a $0 Tax Return Too”

Myth-Busting: Here’s How Tax Brackets Actually Work

Happy Monday! What am I saying, I’ve got a huge project due at work today. Well, I hope you are having a happy Monday. Regardless, thanks for joining me. I don’t take a single reader or follower for granted. Alright, let’s talk money myths. Last year, my cousin and I were talking about money whileContinue reading “Myth-Busting: Here’s How Tax Brackets Actually Work”