Recession, soft landing and economic slowdown are frequent buzzwords on the news about the economy these days. Regardless of your feelings about the current state of the economy, there’s sufficient evidence that a recession may be on the horizon (NPR). Indicators like a 9% inflation, the slowdown in hiring from the top U.S. tech companies,Continue reading “Steps To Prepare For A Recession”
One of my favorite pastimes watching programs that explore how people of different backgrounds spend and budget their money. This is how I came across a YouTube video from CNBC that centered on a man who ended up in sanitation due to the COVID-19 pandemic [watch video here]. Anthony’s story is a humbling one ofContinue reading “Money Lessons From A NYC Sanitation Worker”
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It’s the last week of 2021 and the perfect time to reflect on how far you’ve come since January. Though we continue to live in a pandemic, there are still many reasons to celebrate. Some people started their own business, others got promotions, some got married while others had children. There are even those whoContinue reading “5 Money Lessons 2021 Taught Us”
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Wherever you are in your journey to financial wellness you should know the importance of an emergency fund. As stated in my previous post, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of having an adequate amount of money set aside for emergencies. While you know that you should have one, the tricky part is determiningContinue reading “Yes, You Need An Emergency Fund!”
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every American to some degree. For a select few the effect has been good, but for most people it has not been. There are many lessons to be learned from this pandemic that has forever changed the way I handle my money. Though you may not share my experience, manyContinue reading “Love Triangle: COVID, Me & My Finances”