Happy #FinanceFriday ! Last week was hectic for me so I didn’t make time to post, but I’m back to discuss retirement plans.
I talk to my mother about retirement every time she makes a big purchase. It’s something I consider when I’m dipping into my savings account. Retirement is in the back of every working person’s mind.
There are 2 main types of retirement plans that are available through your employer: Continue reading Retirement Plans
There’s one question every investor should know the answer to: Is a dollar worth more today or tomorrow? The answer: Continue reading The Time Value of Money
Happy #FinanceFriday ! (I know it’s Saturday, but its the thought that counts, right?) I’m a day late, but not a dollar short.
This week is a continuation of last week’s #FinanceFriday, which defined several basic investment terms every investor should know. First, lets talk about how you can define the value of your investments.
When you invest, the goal should be to earn money from your investment over time; this is known as Continue reading An Introduction to Investments: Part 2
#FinanceFriday is back and here to stay this time! If you missed the first #FinanceFriday entitled 3 Steps to Become Financially Healthy, you should check it out. This series of articles will be sequential, so it is in your best interest to go back and read what you’ve missed.
The goal of #FinanceFriday is to give you a starter kit for investing (knowing the terminology, what to look for when investing, etc.) so you can start investing for the future. This week will cover investment terminology.
A market is Continue reading An Introduction to Investments: Part 1