Have you ever consistently watched the price of a stock?
You probably noticed that the price changed everyday.
It may have went up one day, down the next and back up the following day.
That’s typical for any stock.
But what causes a stock price to change so often?
It’s simple, all kinds of things…
Last week, we compared renting to buying.
I wrote about powerful strategies for paying off your mortgage early.
That’s for those of you who decided to buy.
But, before you decide to pay off your mortgage early, you need to ask yourself a very important question:
Should you pay your mortgage off early?
Some people believe paying off your mortgage early is dumb. Let’s see why they think that…
Do you save for your children’s education?
Or do you plan to start?
If you think it’s important to help your child with college expenses, you are in luck, because you have some options.
One of the most common ways to save for education is through a 529 plan.
A 529 is like an IRA for education.
Let’s see how a 529 can help you…
Welcome to part 2 as we are asking the question:
Should you buy or rent your home?
In part 1, we covered the usual home buying story.
We also covered what do to when the answer is obvious and some of what to do when the answer is not obvious.
Let’s dive deeper into what to do when the answer is not obvious.
We are going a little further into the actual pros and cons of each side and taking a closer look at the buying vs. renting debate.
Let’s see what makes the most sense for you…
Should you rent or buy your home?
A common, yet complex question.
If only the answer was as simple as choosing one of the two.
We’re not that lucky.
In fact, if anyone tells you that one is always better than the other, just smile and nod.
And then stop taking advice from them…
I just published an awesome guest post, which was an inspiring story about working full-time while paying for college.
I think it’s only appropriate that I follow it up with an awesome infographic about the debt of college.
If you are considering college, you will most likely incur some degree (no pun intended) of debt.
This is the question we face: Is the degree worth the debt?
It’s a black and white answer. The answer is yes.
Well…sometimes it’s yes…other times it may be no.
Did I say black and white? What I meant was…
“The goal of retirement is to live off your assets-not on them”
Rule No.1 of living off your assets: You must have assets.
You may plan to retire. You may not.
Either way, it’s a good idea to have a plan for wealth building. You may need it.
So, when do you start planning for it? And how do you do it?
This is my first finance link roundup.
What is a finance link roundup, you say?
It’s simply a collection of the best in finances around the web.
Articles, stories, news, etc.
Here’s what I have for you this month…