Tag Archives: financial planning

College Students and Money Management

How do you deal with (no) money as a college student?

“Going to school… bank account dwindling… what should I do?” I love this quote: “If you do what is easy life will be hard, but if you do what is hard life will be easy.” You stand at a critical juncture in your young adult life as a college student. Look around and observe what […]

Do you have a Financial Roadmap?

Not having a financial roadmap is as silly as not getting an annual physical.  Most people spend more time planning a vacation. Having a financial plan is a keystone habit. The information makes one conscious of where they are, what they need to do, and how to get there. The younger you start the easier […]

Common Misconceptions About Money

Volatility = Risky. Capitalism is creative destruction subject to business cycles. This process forces change and change over time creates winners and losers.  The average person fights or ignores change until it impacts their life. Only then does the average person react. The wealthy embrace investments and systems that maintain and create wealth.  The wealthy […]

Join the Munny Journey Movement

The Munny Journey concept is doing something crazy: it’s changing the way people think about money. If you save a dollar a day for a child it could grow to a nest egg worth a million dollars or more over their lifetime. We all know the importance of starting to save early but many people […]