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Cryptocurrency is a hot topic in the financial world right now.
And there’s no shortage of opinions — you can easily find someone telling you to invest everything in crypto, but you can just as easily find someone else telling you that you’re better off lighting your money on fire. As in most cases, the truth is somewhere in between. There are some potential benefits to investing in cryptocurrency, and there are downsides as well.
What are some of those pros and cons? We’re covering them in our latest blog post.
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Have you ever thought about investing?
There are many potential benefits, but with all the different options and strategies, it can feel pretty overwhelming.
Where do you start? And is it even worth it if you’re older or don’t have a lot of disposable income? Yes! It’s never too late to start investing — and it doesn’t have to be super complicated.
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If you tend to feel guilty following a purchase, you aren’t alone. Money guilt is something most of us struggle with from time to time. But even though it’s common, it’s not necessarily a good thing.
If you’re constantly feeling bad for spending money, it can cloud your financial decisions and prevent you from enjoying the things you buy.
What’s the solution? That’s what we’re talking about in our latest blog post. It’s all about overcoming spending guilt. We’ve got thoughts on what causes these feelings and tips on combating them.
Have you ever noticed that spending money on an experience feels different than purchasing an item? Most people feel happier spending money on experiences. There are lots of different reasons:
That doesn’t mean buying things is bad — there are lots of things we need! But when you’re deciding how to use your “fun money,” consider investing in an experience instead of just buying something that will only bring you temporary happiness. Read our whole post on prioritizing experiences here:
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Increasing your income can be a little stressful, especially if you’re worried about paying higher tax rates or losing eligibility for certain tax credits. Is that potential raise or side gig going to end up costing you more in taxes than it’s worth? When talking about taxes, is the promotion really all that valuable?
We understand how confusing it can be, especially with all the misinformation and unqualified advice out there. That’s why we’re covering this topic in our newest blog post.