How to Use SMART Goals to Achieve Financial Freedom

The post How to Use SMART Goals to Achieve Financial Freedom appeared first on Millennial Money. Achieving financial freedom is a great long-term goal. I mean, who doesn’t want to…

Reader Case: Should this professional actor buy a home?

One of the reasons why we got a book deal was because a Hollywood actress read our blog and enthusiastically plugged us to her literary agent. So, when I saw…

Binance Builds Up $1 Billion Insurance Fund Amid Crypto Hacks

Weekend Reading: Can You Predict A Stock Market Crash Edition

Investors should lower their expectations for future stock returns. I’ve been saying this for a while now, but it bears repeating again now that stocks have gotten off to such…

Canada’s best student credit cards for 2022

If you’re a student and are looking to build a credit history—or simply want some rewards that will ensure instant ramen noodles aren’t your only dinner option—a credit card that…

Making sense of the markets this week: January 30

Each week, Cut the Crap Investing founder Dale Roberts shares financial headlines and offers context for Canadian investors.  U.S. earnings season, with tech biggies to the rescue Earnings have been…

Finances stretched to the limit?

For many Canadians, the first few months of the year signal a time to reset—and that often includes making financial resolutions. In 2022, however, that could be harder to do.…

The Debt Snowball Method: How Does It Work?

The post The Debt Snowball Method: How Does It Work? appeared first on Millennial Money. The debt snowball method is a debt repayment strategy popularized by Dave Ramsey. It uses…

The Power of Saying No: Take Control of Your Financial Destiny

The post The Power of Saying No: Take Control of Your Financial Destiny appeared first on Millennial Money. The power of no is vital to understand. No is one of…

The Next Tax Bracket Myth

Let’s bust a myth about working overtime. Some employees incorrectly believe that when earnings from overtime, a bonus, or salary increase pushes them into another tax bracket they’ll actually take…