Online advice about money can be a crap-shoot. It’s just like shopping for clothes, actually–what looks good on a screen can look differently or may not fit in real life.
You always look for sources of career advice, and sometimes good sources will come as a surprise. They may even come in ways you never expected…like a superstar athlete such as Derek Jeter!
Everyone knows a person who does things for no other reason than to please others and portray an image. Maybe you need to knock some sense into them!
So you just graduated, and need to find a job. Where do you begin? You can start by learning what not to which will make the process a lot smoother for you.
Saving for the future is an oft-neglected aspect of financial planning. Some take it to the opposite extreme and concentrate all their energy on retirement planning. There needs to be a balance in order to avoid regrets and enjoy all aspects of one’s lifecycle.
In life most people are happy to let others do the work and thinking for them. When it comes to investing, that attitude can get you in deep trouble.