Lots of parents are out there looking for good, creative ways to get their kids interested in saving and investing, particularly for retirement. After all, a top regret of people who are older is not starting saving and investing early on. Today I’ll share the strategy my parents used to get me to open my first IRA as a teenager, one I still have to this day.
Unfortunately this week I didn’t get a chance to head over to the library, so I don’t have a new book today. But I have read a few articles on personal finance that I thought were interesting, and want to share them with you for your Saturday morning ready. So grab a cup of coffee, […]
I remember sitting in my condo many years ago, creating an Excel spreadsheet of all my accounts. A few months later I was so excited to update it, convinced that riches would soon be mine. But no – I think it had gone up by a few hundred dollars. Then again a few months later […]
Overall I have to say Retire Inspired by Chris Hogan is a very good introduction to the basics of personal finance and “retirement”. I put retirement in quotes because Chris isn’t just advocating the usual work until 65 and then stay home all day image that many people have when they think about retirement. Instead […]