Paying for college can be a daunting task, but there are a variety of options available to students and parents. You can start by researching available grants, scholarships, and other forms of financial aid. You may also want to consider student loans, 529 plans, and EE savings bonds. Additionally, you should file the FAFSA form to find the best options for you. Taking the time to explore all the ... Read the Post
Take the Confusion Out of Paying For College
How to Reach Your Financial Goals Using 6 Important Guide Posts
The news is rife with stories of bright-eyed thirty-year-olds who have retired early and sailed off into the sunset to live as an expat on a tropical wonderland. These stories cause many to take a hard look at your own finances only to say, “My ancestors dream was not for me to spend 40 hours a week toiling, only to spend my entire check at Amazon to send Jeff Bezos to space again.” ... Read the Post
Feeling Emotional About Money? Maybe it’s Time to Rethink Your Relationship
Growing up, we subconsciously absorb a lot of messages about money – from our familes, pop culture, friends, religion and our greater culture. By the time we’re adults we all have a lot of biases and thoughts about money that we may have never given much conscious thought to. Many people think that money is about math, commas and zeros. However, what I’ve found is that money is more about the ... Read the Post
Ultimate Guide to Investing at Any Age
Investing is one of those things that everyone knows they should be doing. But aren’t doing, mostly because they have no idea where to start. I get a lot of questions around investing like: How do I get started? What to invest in? Ways to overcome a fear of investing (or rather a fear of losing money!)? Still, by far the most common question I get asked, “Is It Too Late for Me To Start Investing?” ... Read the Post
Want to Know the Secrets of Self-Made Millionaires?
Sports cars, private planes, multiple homes in exotic locations are where most people’s minds wander when thinking about millionaires. However, this would be completely wrong when it comes to the majority of those in the 7-figure net worth bracket. In fact, your own next-door neighbor may be a millionaire and you would never know it. According to the book, “The Millionaire Next Door,” and the ... Read the Post
Welcome to the Cash Class!
Hello world! I am so excited to be launching my new website, The Cash Class. This site has been a long time in the making – more than 20 years. It will house all of the knowledge that I have gained on the subject of personal finance. This includes information on my big wins such as paying off more than $100k in debt. And how I managed to save and invest multiple six figures for ... Read the Post