Financial Planning Is Good Parenting
Growing up in a financially stable household gives your children a significant advantage and improves their health, conduct, and wellbeing both now and throughout their lives. As you manage your family's finances wisely and accumulate emergency funds, you'll provide security for your child and serve as a good financial role model.
"Don't think money does everything or you are going to end up doing
everything for money." - Voltaire, Age of Enlightenment leader
1.Review your health insurance policy: Make sure you have coverage for pregnancy and postpartum care and try to reduce them.
2. Register for baby shower gifts: friends and family can help to cover the one-time expenses.
3. Get your child tax credits: Ensure you get child tax credits you are entitled to.
4. Save on taxes: Make use of tax-advantaged savings accounts such as the 529 plan and Roth IRA.
5. Shop discount clothing stores: Shop for clothing at discount stores where you can find brand names at a lower prices.
In a nutshell, SRI allows individuals to invest in companies that promote positive social and environmental impact while aiming for financial returns. This investment strategy enables investors to support causes and issues they care about, such as clean energy, gender equality, sustainable agriculture, or corporate transparency. More in this blog!
Compound interest - or “the eighth wonder of the world” as Albert Einstein called it - isn’t something we talk about very often, but it might be one of the most powerful tools for growing wealth that exists. It could be the key to unlocking financial freedom for many people. In this article, we're going to dive into compound interest and how it works.
How much money should you put away each month so that you can be financially free? Let's get right down to it!
In this episode Josh Bennett and Isaiah Douglass discuss better ways to invest, and how to be more thoughtful about risk in your portfolio.
Today, we discuss how the magic of compounding can really make a difference with your Roth IRA account and if you do not yet have one, this can be a huge incentive for you to start a Roth IRA!
The idea that investing is just for the wealthy is the biggest investing myths and largest misperception about it. In the past, that might have been accurate. But thanks to businesses and services that have made it their goal to make investment possibilities accessible to everyone has changed. More in this blog!
One of the finest methods to invest is by purchasing the shares of firms that consistently pay dividends. Some could even describe dividend investing as dull because you're making investments in more established companies for gradual, dependable payments. However, consistent gains are never monotonous. More in this blog!
When it comes to the major U.S. stock indexes, the S&P 500 index is seen as the best indicator of how the stock market as a whole is doing and how well large corporations are doing. So, here's what all investors should know about the S&P 500 index!
If you've never done it before, you might think that investing is only for rich people. But investing is one of the best things you can do with your money to improve your finances and make more money over time, no matter how old you are or where you start. Let us help you sort out the facts from the myths.