A question that’s been coming up with clients in their 30s and 40s lately is, “I keep hearing so much about compound interest, and I’ve been saving extra for years, but I don’t actually see the compound growth yet, what’s going on? When can I actually retire?” Check out this blog post for charts that illustrate how long it takes to see your investments compound.
Cady North recorded an episode of the iSmart Podcast with Tom Rogers where she shared more about the history of her career and her new book “The Resiliency Effect.”
After 5 years owning my own financial planning business, I realized a common theme among many clients and prospects is that we all can name big dreams we have for ourselves, but very few of us are actually living them. We often find ourselves burned out and wondering what’s next. Knowing there is a limit to the number of people I can reach one-on-one, I wanted to write a book exploring ways which people have overcome their adversities to live their biggest dreams.
Revenue, is the one surprising metric you should really stop focusing on in business. Revenue is misleading since revenue alone doesn’t indicate profit. When you focus on controlling costs instead, you set yourself up for business success. Here’s why that matters: when your business is successful, it translates to personal financial success and growth as well.
Managing money as a household it challenging. Surprisingly, it can be even more challenging when the woman makes more. And given that the woman makes more in most of the couples I work with, I wanted to share some of the top challenges I see and ways to cope with them.
If you’re in the early stages of starting a small business, it can be overwhelming to figure out where to invest your limited cash and resources. Here are some tips for discerning what to focus on and what to skip for now.