Retirement Planning? Where Do You Start?

Retirement Planning? Where Do You Start?

You’ve made it through the nine-to-five grind and retirement is your reward.  But stress about having enough saved for retirement is one of the reasons people are working longer these days. The dot-com bust and the Great Recession did not help the prospects of Baby Boomers, but all is not lost. You can still salvage… Continue Reading

How to Outsource to the Right People

How to Outsource to the Right People

One of the best ways to get the most out of your time is to outsource. Here’s how to outsource to the right person. I’m a huge fan of outsourcing. I outsource different aspects of my business, from using a virtual assistant to schedule social media, to hiring someone else to produce my podcasts. I… Continue Reading

3 Solid Reasons to Keep Your  Finances Separate (#WMWeek17)

3 Solid Reasons to Keep Your Finances Separate (#WMWeek17)

This post is part of Women’s Money Week 2017. Learn more about Women’s Money Week, and how you can take charge of your finances at WomensMoney.org. We hear all the time that you should combine finances when you combine lives. Here are some reasons to keep your finances separate even after you get married. It’s… Continue Reading

Stretching a Thin Budget When You Move

Stretching a Thin Budget When You Move

Moving to another state is exciting. There are so many new things to see and do. But if you are on a tight budget, getting to your destination might bring on stress and take away any feelings of joy. If you put a well-thought-out plan in place your move can go smoothly and for much… Continue Reading

Miranda’s “Bad With Money” Diary

Miranda’s “Bad With Money” Diary

I’ve pretty much been bad with money the last few months of the year. Missed payments, poor expense tracking, and unpaid parking tickets form the bulk of my adventures. When was the last time you were bad with money? I spent the last few months being terrible with my finances. For a financial journalist and… Continue Reading