Author - Austin Fey

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Investing 101: Things to Think About Before You Invest
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What To Do With That First Paycheck
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Why You Should Give Appreciated Stock Instead of Cash

Investing 101: Things to Think About Before You Invest

I recently read an article called “Ten Things You Need to Do Before You Start Investing” on The Simple Dollar.

In general, I think the author made some good points. He recognizes that not everyone is in a position to immediately throw a bunch of money into the financial markets and have that turn out well. He brings up the mindset that you need to have and a few things to put in place before starting to invest.

Here are his 10 points:

  1. Your Net Worth Needs to Become the Primary Personal Finance Number You Care About
  2. You
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What To Do With That First Paycheck

You’re graduating, which is exciting and probably a little scary. Congratulations!

Hopefully you have gotten, or are working on, getting a job.

Once you’ve landed that job you will have a (hopefully) steady paycheck and need to figure out how to handle your own finances. You probably know that you should spend less than you earn, but that is only part of the equation, and spending money on utilities sounds less exciting than spending money on fun things. You will have to learn to balance your budget and desires.

Here are some tips for thinking about where this new …

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Why You Should Give Appreciated Stock Instead of Cash

We have just wrapped up the busiest time of the year for charitable giving. Since January is when most people sit down to revisit their budget, this is an excellent time to review your charitable giving strategy.

Most people give to charity by writing a check. This is an easy way of supporting an organization – it only takes a moment to write a check and every charity will have a bank account into which they can deposit checks.

However, giving appreciated stock from a brokerage account to a charity is even more efficient in terms of tax savings. This …

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