Understanding what our time is worth allows us to make more informed decisions regarding our time and money. Your hourly rate informs your decision to DIY a project at home, determine whether you’re spending too…

So many of us grew up without any sort of formal or informal education about personal finance. Few states offer a personal finance course in their public schools and even fewer participate in any sort…

More and more investors want their money to be going to companies who are doing good in the world, or at least to companies who are being responsible when it comes to the environment, social…

This week on the pod we’re answering your questions! 1 – Should I get umbrella insurance or put each investment property in it’s own LLC? 2 – Should I change my tax withholdings to pay…

Here on How to Money, we often debate the merits of a purchase, not because we hate spending money and try to avoid doing so at all costs, but because we are constantly checking ourselves…

There’s more to handling your finances and investing well than just knowing the correct information. We’re often blind to a variety of influencing factors, sometimes including our own tendencies and biases which can have a…

Anyone who has heard of the different warehouse clubs like Costco, Sam’s Club, and BJ’s has also heard that they’re a great place to save you money. But are they? With the proliferation of discount…

This week on the pod we’re answering your questions! 1 – Having just started my career, how much should I have in my emergency fund? 2 – Should I still move forward with my credit…

How much are you paying to invest in your 401k or IRA? You might see fees as an unavoidable cost of investing, but even a 1% fee could easily cost you more than a half…

Pretty much everyone we know would love to have more hours in their day- more time to spend with friends and family, more time to read or exercise (or any time), or even some extra…