Student Loan Debt

Money Mistakes – Student Loan Debt

Hey everyone, it’s time for another edition of Money Mistakes! Yes, even us self-proclaimed “money experts” have made a few missteps with our money here and there. This is where we share them to help any readers avoid the same fate as our own. Enjoy!

How To Write A Check

How To Write A Check and Other Useful Tips

where it’s essential to know how to write a check and how to keep track of the payments. How to write a check is a simple process once you know the steps you need to follow. Below are six simple steps to complete the process and other valuable tips.

Money Mistakes Inheritance

Money Mistakes: Inheritance Money

When I was in my late 20s, I had come into quite a lot of money through an inheritance left to me by my late father. While I won’t go into details of the exact sum, let’s just say that it would have set me up for life, had I used it responsibly. Of course, losing a loved one is never an easy thing, but squandering what they spent a lifetime saving for you is like taking a stake to the hear

Money Mistakes

Money Mistakes: Options Trading

My money mistake dates back to when I was just learning how to invest in the stock market. I learned a few things about option trading over the internet and I was intrigued. Buying options, while I was still an armature in the trading world, was one of my biggest money mistakes. I lost thousands of dollars before I realized I was still a rookie investor.

Money Mistakes

Money Mistakes: Learning the Hard Way

My name is Max and I run maxmymoney.org. I have coached over 250 Millennials to help take the stress out of money since 2017. After coaching, my clients live stress-free about money and have a simple plan they can follow to accomplish their goals. When I’m not coaching, you’ll find me reading financial books, indoor cycling or visiting local pawn shops looking for swiss-made watches.

Money Mistakes

Money Mistakes: Little Mistakes Add Up

My passion for investing and personal finance started a few years after completing college and entering the corporate workforce. I realized that working a typical 9-to-5 job wasn’t what I wanted in life and I needed to shift my focus. I started Don’t Work Another Day with the goal of quitting my corporate job and living life on my own terms. I have made plenty of financial mistakes in my lifetime and have learned something from everyone.