Maybe you know a bit about stocks and bonds (if not, check out our previous articles!), but it’s time to move onto the next level: mutual funds and ETFs. While both of these terms may be a bit confusing, it’s not too hard to learn what they’re about, as well as understand the differences between them.
Debt has always been a word that weighs heavy on people’s hearts and can often bring up a sense of dread and fear. There are numerous resources through shows, books, and online forums that focus on getting out of debt. What might surprise you
You’ve heard of the term “stock” possibly in the realm of food and cooking (i.e. chicken stock), but it means something completely different in the world of finance. Stocks, shares, and equities are terms used to describe a unit of ownership in a company.
When it comes to credit cards, it seems like everyone has a different one; at the same time, there also seems to be a few that are quite common and popular. While there may be lots of options in the credit card market, they all fit into one of two categories: cash back cards, or points/miles cards.
Budgeting: a good concept for all, helpful for most, but used by surprisingly few. Although there are a lot of different ways to decide how you want to manage your finances, today we’ll be covering one of the more popular styles, also known as the 50/30/20 rule.