Mercii Thomas bravely told her story of financial abuse on a recent episode of my podcast .
If you’re considering pivoting to self-employment, don’t let uncertainties over things like retirement planning and a vision plan stop you from pursuing your dreams. Here’s how I’ve been able to affordably craft my own benefits.
Gender wage disparity aside, there’s yet another financial gap women today face that threatens our future: retirement savings. A new study by Mass Mutual finds that women run a higher risk than men of being impoverished in old age. We’re expected to run out of savings five years too soon in retirement.
In the August issue of Money Magazine my article, “The Right Way to Give an Allowance,” discusses how allowances are evolving. No more financial rewards for doing chores. Instead, kids are encouraged to be entrepreneurial, identify needs around the house and negotiate their pay.
It’s not exactly first-date material, but at some point early on couples ought to start talking about money. Here’s how to break the ice.
Four months into parenthood and I’m experiencing the Baby Effect. I’m not talking about the loss of sleep.
I have and always will understand why some parents choose not to work. But I continue to believe that it’s just not something I will ever choose for myself.
There it was, staring at me right in the face. That thing I always heard existed, but didn’t personally feel until it hit me (quite intensely) last week while traveling for work: MOMMY GUILT.
To accomplish my tasks and make sure I don’t compromise time with my family, I’ve decided to commit to the following to improve upon my time management:
While we shouldn’t speculate, I do wonder how much their massive income disparity weighed on Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey’s marriage.