Study: Jobs Where You’re Most (and Least) Likely to Live Paycheck to Paycheck

Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels   A recent study conducted by GoBankingRates listed the occupations where workers were most and least likely to live paycheck to paycheck. Although money should not be the only concern when choosing a career, it should be a factor to consider. Living paycheck to paycheck can make it hard to save for emergencies. Read More …

States with Highest Income Inequality 2019

Photo by Alexander Mils from Pexels   With demonstrations like Occupy Wall Street, protesters have brought visibility to the impact increasing income inequality has had on America over the course of the last 50 years. But despite all the attention given to the problem of income inequality, the problem is worsening. The Great Recession of 2008 did not Read More …

Negotiation Tactics for Women from Rhonda Moret

Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels   Did you know women negotiate four times less than their male counterparts and that female leaders who act like male leaders, more authoritatively and direct, are viewed more negatively? To help combat this problem, Rhonda Moret founded of Elevate for Her. Elevate for Her is a professional development organization with tactical programming Read More …

5 Personal Finance Apps for College Students

  Personal finance is important no matter what your age or stage in life. And it’s never too soon to start planning your financial future. Luckily, there are tons of personal finance apps to help you save, invest, budget, and organize your finances. Finance can be overwhelming, but apps can streamline your finances and offer Read More …

The New Quarter Life Crisis Fueled by Financial Concerns

According to a recent report by BodyLogicMD, 2 in 3 people ages 20-39 report experiencing a quarter life crisis. But what causes a quarter life crisis? As you can see below, most factors have to do with financial and career struggles.   Lower than Desired Earnings (69.3%) As employers increase requirements for applicants, they often Read More …

Why Millennials aren’t Buying Homes or Having Kids

Millennials (those born in the early 1980’s through the mid-90’s) aren’t buying homes or having kids like previous generations. This information should only be a surprise to people who haven’t been paying any attention to what’s happening in the world. Millennials are just reacting to what we’ve observed and experienced.   We graduated during a Read More …

Self-Employment: Tips on Getting Paid

on line pharmacy Steven Depolo via Compfight In the excitement of starting your  own business, it’s easy to overlook one common entrepreneurship problem -deadbeat customers and clients. Of course, large businesses can face the same issue, but the impact is much greater on small businesses and individuals.  Some people, unfortunately, take advantage of smaller businesses Read More …