Like a good catchy tune, some age-old questions just never go away — like the chicken and the egg, a tree falling in the forest, and whether to rent or buy. For most city-dwellers, your rent is your largest expense and buying an apartment (if you do) your largest investment. So we’ll take the time to dive into the pros and cons of buying versus renting and how to decide what’s right for you.
Becoming a parent is perhaps the biggest of all life changes: the sacrifice of free time for tummy time, a sudden expertise in infant sleep cycles and bodily functions, and a host of financial considerations. Yes, babies can be expensive, but you can keep costs manageable.
I hope you all enjoyed a long weekend full of quality time with loved ones. In this season of Thanksgiving, I found the following two articles to be refreshing and a helpful check on my financial perspective.
This month I’m sharing two articles on the financial struggles of the middle-class. What I appreciate most about these articles is each author’s honesty about their own money struggles and successes with money. These are healthy conversations we should be having collectively about money. I hope they lead you to thoughtfully consider where and how you’re using and stewarding your money.