There are many things we learn in school; the format of an essay, a2 + b2 = c2, and American history, to name a few topics. However, the curriculum seems to consistently skip how to build your savings, how to pay off a debt, or how to invest for your future. Google has thousands of resources on these topics, and we have compiled some of the best for you and your future generations. It is never too early to start thinking about your financial health!
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What Does it All Mean?
- Financial Term Dictionary
- From "A-B trust" to "ZZZZ Best"!
- 401(k) Plans: The Complete Guide
- What is a Roth 401(k)?
- A quick, 5-minute read to compare traditional 401(k) plans, Roth 401(k) plans, and Roth IRAs.
- Bonds vs. Stocks: A Beginner's Guide
- Federal Income Tax
- Read this guide to learn anything and everything about federal income tax. What is the money used for? What are the top tax-filing mistakes?
- Budgets: Everything You Need to Know
- Try out the Paul R. Ried Financial Group, LLC Lifestyle Analysis worksheet!
- Ultimate Guide to Paying Down Student Loan Debt
- The Complete Homebuying Guide
- Buying vs. Leasing a Car
- Investing: An Introduction
- Four Really Good Reasons to Invest
- A 3-minute article to jump-start you into thinking about investing.
- What is Compound Interest?
- "Learn how compound interest works, how it's calculated, and how to take advantage of this simple yet phenomenal concept to maximize your investments."
- Why You Should-and Should Not-Max Out Your 401(k) Contribution
- 9 Benefits of Having a Good Credit Score
- What to Look for in Personal Finance Apps
- There is an app for everything; use this 3-minute read to help narrow the field to the best personal finance apps.
- 13 Online Will Makers Compared: Which is Best for You?
- Insurance Needs Assessments
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