Ahh...the feel of a new purchase, a brand new, shiny object here to improve life. Buying can feel so good. It feels so good until panic, denial, and frustration set in after receiving a credit card bill. This is the trap of emotional spending. To stop emotional spending in its tracks you need to know the warning signs:Read More
You may be financially secure and not even know it! See our 7 signs of Financial Security.Read More
Investing should really be about saving yourself future stress. It seems counterintuitive assuming most people get stress from investing. However, the stress from not having enough money in retirement can be crippling. If you want to save yourself a ton of stress, try investing in this one security.Read More
If you work in the private sector, you have probably heard of a 401k plan. However, you might not know what it is, how it works, or why you invest. Today, we're going to be filling you in on facts about your 401k that you may not know:Read More
College has become one seriously expensive endeavor. Did you know the cost of attending college has gone up 260% in the past 30 years? What was once affordable now seems like a daunting expense. However, saving for college can be something you can do before, during, and after school. Why? The perks of a 529 Plan of course.Read More
The whole purpose of Money Therapy is helping millennials invest. So, why are we talking about when NOT to invest? Well, a lot of you may be in a situation where it is best you don't invest quite yet.Read More
Your twenties are the perfect time to establish a great footing for your retirement!
Have you heard of Anne Scheiber? Probably not. Anne Scheiber was a retired IRS auditor who was never promoted and never made more than $4,000 per year (this was the early 1900's). Anne retired in the mid-1940's and had $5,000 saved.Read More