Driving home from work today, I was thinking about the importance of sharing diverse financial stories with the world. Today I’m going to talk about why I think it’s important, despite the fact that some people feel it’s not (or are even annoyed by the subject), and share a bit more about the passion behind […]
The essence of “poverty tourism” is the sense that you’re just visiting a lower-income land. You’re taking a tour, dabbling in the local culture, sampling the food, but you can go back home to your high income whenever you want to. Today I look into recent controversy in the personal finance community, and talk about whether frugality is for the rich.
In honor of International Womens Day, I’m participating in an awesome collaboration of women who rock their money. Check out my number one must-know piece of money advice.
Women, work and money. We take for granted nowadays that a woman can manage her own finances. She can get a loan in her own name, a credit card, work a full time job, and invest however she wishes. Lets take a look back – and a look forward – together.
Lots of people worry if their kid gets their start at community college, they’ll never succeed. Well my friend the FI Journeyman is a millionaire community college grad, and he’s here to prove them wrong.
Many women face a gap in retirement savings. Why? Multiple factors conspire together to drive the average woman’s retirement savings level far below the average mans. Today I’ll be talking about what the factors are that drive this gap in savings, and what we can do about it. I’m working on this with Ellevest, a […]