Tag: Finance

Financial Advice for Married Couples

One of the biggest challenges faced by modern couples is finances. Getting ahead of their finances takes planning, education and consistency. Although disagreements over finances can and do come up, there are some simple steps that can keep such disagreements to a minimum so you can focus on what is really important.   Maintain Separate and Joint Accounts A simple… Read more →

Six Finance Books that all Financial Professionals Should Read

Make the most out of your career, and stay ahead of the major trends in the financial industry. For a competitive edge, add these six books to your bookshelf.   Security Analysis Published in 1934, this book positioned Benjamin Graham and author David Dodd to pick the nation up from out of the Great Depression. With both writers being business… Read more →

How to Be a Better Investor

Achieving a high level of financial freedom will involve more than making money. It will also require more than saving money under a mattress or in a savings account. The best way for a person to increase their level of financial independence is through investing. However, the average American doesn’t do all that well this process. Here are some tips… Read more →

FinTech Trends to Watch for in 2019

Trends are always changing in the area of financial technology (fintech), and 2019 will be no exception. As innovation and new technology combine, it helps create larger, financially stronger organizations, fuels acquisitions and creates new ways to improve different activities in the world of finance.   Possible IPOs Many fintech startups have been wary of having their company go public.… Read more →

Online Sources to Improve Your Financial Literacy

Expensive college classes and spending hours studying is no longer required if you want to improve your financial literacy. Thanks to the information era, people today are taking control of their financial lives by using online sources that provide free education and training. If you want to improve your financial literacy, here are some reputable sites you can visit. MyMoney.Gov… Read more →