Getting advice about what to do with your money, when you don’t actually have very much, might be fun — like playing a game of Monopoly. On the other hand, it could also feel soul-wrenching, like watching an episode of Black Mirror that hits too close to home.
Coming into a little extra money, whether through a tax refund (short-term) or a raise (longer-term), feels amazing. The flexibility that comes from having an expanded cash flow can be wildly liberating.
Cary Carbonaro, Financial Expert in conversation with Chahat Jain of BW Businessworld talks about women in finance. “Most women are afraid of investing and are more comfortable in keeping in bank, earning interest, but they don’t know over the time they are losing the money because of inflation”, said Cary.
It’s no surprise that weddings are expensive. In fact, the average cost has climbed to more than $30,000. So while a couple’s wedding day should be the happiest celebration of their lives, the “cha-ching” of money spent can begin to drown out those wedding bells. Cary provides tips for financing your wedding.
Retirement, when is the best time to start the next phase of your life?