How Often Should You Invest?

How often should you be investing, exactly? The answer is simple: As often as possible. Here’s why.

Financial Independence 101

You may have heard the term “financial independence.” But what does it mean, really?

5 Questions New Investors Should Ask a Financial Advisor

Meeting with a financial advisor for the first time? Come prepared! Here are some key questions you should bring with you.

Crypto in Your 401(k)? Why It’s Not Such a Crazy Idea

It may soon be possible to invest in Bitcoin using your retirement account. Is that a good idea?

3 Steps to Change Bad Money Habits

How can you break bad habits and disrupt your worse impulses, especially when it comes to money? We have answers.

What You Need to Know About Opportunity Costs

Every decision has a cost, and in economics, that’s what’s called an “opportunity cost.”

Why So Many Professional Athletes Go Broke—and How I Avoided It

Most professional athletes retire with little or no money in the bank. Here’s how I planned ahead and avoided that mistake.

Compound Interest: Are You Playing Checkers or Chess?

Using compound interest to your best advantage requires a different mindset. It’s the difference between playing checkers and chess.

Giving Up On Your New Year’s Resolution? How to Keep Working Toward Your Goals

Failed at your New Year’s resolution? You’re not alone. Here’s how to stay on track and achieve your goals — all year round.

R.I.C.H. Goals: Begin With the End in Mind

How to set and reach your financial goals, by using the R.I.C.H. goals system.