If you’ve ever had a roommate and/or been married, you know how hard it can be for two people to work together for what is (hopefully) a mutually beneficial goal. Whether it’s to save money on rent, or simply because you love and want to build a life with someone, we enter into these interpersonal arrangements with the best of intentions to compromise with and respect our partner to achieve the best possible outcome.
Yet, based on the estimated 50% divorce rate in America, those intentions clearly don’t always pan out.
Why, then, do we think that a business partnership …Read More
You get it: you need to invest wisely in order to grow your wealth.
You understand the importance of getting your money into the market, and you’ve been diligently contributing to retirement accounts and maybe even a brokerage account for years now.
But you can’t help but wonder… are you investing in the best possible way? Are you potentially missing out on a better investment someone else is using that you don’t know about?
It’s reasonable to feel this fear of missing out on something great — or having a little investing FOMO. It’s when you act on this fear that …Read More
Owning a home is a quintessential part of the American Dream. It’s what you do once you secure a stable career, get married, and settle down.
That might have been something that felt written in stone in the past. In our culture, homeownership became one of the boxes you felt obligated to check on the “should do” list.
You should go to college and earn your degree to get a better job. You should get married to the right person before settling down and having kids. And you should buy a home as soon as you can afford to …Read More