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Benefits of Building Wealth for Women

If you’re reading this, the odds are you have thought about building wealth for yourself or for your family.

Why I Value Financial Independence, and How I Plan to get There as a First Gen College Grad

I fear the possibility of losing everything or depending on someone else, so I value financial independence and consider myself to be very career-focused.

Breaking the cycle of feeling financial stress

I maxed out my Roth the past two years, and plan to do so this year, while I am still under the threshold. I want to take advantage of Roth IRA’s while I can.

The Single Woman’s Guide to Saving Money on Food

Looking to save money on food? The easiest way is to….wait for it…eat at home and plan ahead.

5 Money Moves Every Millennial Should Make in 2022

Decide what you want to do for yourself this year. Do you want to get out of debt? Buy a home? Whatever your goals are, now is a great time to start planning.

5 Non-Financial Ways to Build Wealth for 2022

If you are ready to start building wealth or continue a journey that you have already started, here are five non-financial ways to build wealth:

Biden Extending the Pause on Student Loan Repayment an Additional 90 Days

Biden Extending the Pause on Student Loan Repayment an Additional 90 Days

How I Plan to Use the Avalanche Method to Pay off my Student Loans

This past year, I’ve been tackling my debt. I had 4 credit cards I wanted to pay off and so far I’ve paid off three. I have one left, and since I’ve been using the Avalanche method, I am on track to pay it off in two months. I’m going to use all of the money that I was previously using to pay down my credit cards on my student loans.

How Changing My Mindset Helped Me Save $20K

In this last year, I’ve invested and saved 20K, and I’ve never done that. Taking a step back and looking at debt holistically, has given me the confidence to tackle my student debt.

Refinancing my $176K Student Debt with Snowball

My first job paid me $48K a year, I had just moved to the City, I didn’t have money to do anything, really, because my student debt bill was $2,100 a month. I didn’t understand at the time how to refinance smartly, and how I could get a better interest rate.

Refinancing My Student Loans With a Co-Signer

Getting a cosigner is a big decision, so it’s important to carefully consider the pros and cons of a cosigner before asking someone to cosign a student loan refinancing with you.

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