The 7 Best Financial Podcasts You Should Be Listening to Right Now

COVID-19 isn’t going away anytime soon. You’re most likely spending your time in quarantine juggling work and family life, while catching up on all of the shows, movies and podcasts you’ve missed out on over the past few years.  Because of the pandemic, the U.S. economy has been on everyone’s mind in 2020. According to…

How do I start investing if I know nothing about it?

Despite popular opinion, you don’t have to be wealthy to start investing. Thanks to technology and an effort by financial institutions to make investment options available for everyone, anyone can now invest money, and you don’t need a lot to do it.   Investing your money is the best way to grow your wealth, but you…

How to Adjust Your Budget due to COVID

Though the unemployment rate has continued to drop for the third straight month—down to 10.2% in July—there are still millions of people in America that don’t have jobs.  If you’re one of them, you’re most likely struggling to make your bills and wondering where your next paycheck is going to come from.  However, there are…

More People Relying on Google for Financial Advice

Last year Lexington Law, a credit repair firm serving Arizona and Utah, surveyed more than 1,000 people to find out where Americans are getting their financial advice.  Some key takeaways were:  Only 22% of respondents say they use a professional financial planner to help them make money-related decisions. 30% rely on their own research via…

Why You Should Consolidate Your Credit Card Debt

CNBC recently reported that 47% of Americans have credit card debt. According to that same report, almost one-quarter of cardholders have added to their credit card debt because of the COVID-19 pandemic. And up to 40% of Americans can only pay the minimum payment.  If you have an overwhelming amount of credit card debt, the…