3 Money Saving Tips for Your Next Road Trip

Summer time means vacation time for most people. With the kids out of school and the weather at its prime, most Americans are hitting the road to get away for a bit. Whether it’s a day trip or a week-long vacation, we need to be careful with our spending. Little purchases can add up and leave us returning from our trip more stressed than we were before we left. A lot of us are careful planners when it comes to vacations (let’s hear it for all my nerds out there)! We know exactly how much we’ll spend on attractions, hotel, and food while we’re at our destination. So what can often throw off a vacation budget? Getting to and from the destination. That’s right, a lot of our impulse spending hap

Why Workplace Financial Wellness Programs Are a Fast Growing Trend

Now, more than ever, companies are doing everything they can to provide an ideal work environment that not only attracts new employees, but also retains the good ones. Whether it’s weekly catered lunches, a pet-friendly workspace, or a break room with bean bag chairs and a foosball table, nurturing a positive culture is becoming a top priority for many organizations. While all these things are great (I’m not one to turn down a free meal), employers are noticing a new factor that may be affecting employee happiness and productivity; financial stress. With 71% of employees citing personal finances as their top source of stress[1], companies are seeking ways to give them the support they need.

How to Financially Transition Out of Your 9-5

So you’re ready to move out of your 9-5 and venture into the world of self-employment? Well let me be the first to say, "congratulations!" There are a lot of perks when it comes to being your own boss, and the earning potential is limitless. However, it’s important not to rush into this transition. Movies always show the main character storming out of the office with their middle finger proudly held in the air. Even though the character doesn’t have any other job opportunities lined up, everything seems to work out great in the end! Hey, sometimes this happens and it turns out fine. But for the majority of us, this probably isn’t the best way to go about starting our lives as entrepreneurs.

8 Daily Rituals Most Millionaires Have in Common

For must of us, becoming a millionaire seems a world away. Rich and famous is a secret desire that most of us share, and there is nothing wrong with reaching for the stars. Fortune isn't something that happens over night for those of us not born into it, but it is something that we can begin working toward today. These are eight daily rituals that most millionaires have in common, and you can pick them up for yourself. Maybe, one day at a time, you can also find yourself rolling in the dough. 1. Millionaires Don't Watch TV Only about 22% of millionaires watch more than an hour of TV in a day. That's a huge drop in the 77% of the rest of the world. Rich folks understand that there is a time a

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