Isaiah is a Certified Financial Education Professional TM and a dynamic speaker who loves to empower others. Isaiah has been married to his wife since 2012. At home they are joined by their four children and dog.
One thing that schools actually do teach about money is financial documents. The tough thing is that typically it's only taught in college level classes that focus on business management or accounting.
What is one of the toughest parts of starting a new job? Is it the new commute to work? Is it the social awkwardness of not knowing whom to sit with at lunch time? No. It’s the sign-up for group benefits.
Becoming Investment Savvy (Pt. 2)
This is the follow up to our Investments 101. Previously I wrote about stocks, bonds and mutual funds. Here we talk about the different types. There is a lot to cover, so I'll jump right in!
We hope that you enjoyed Father's Day! It's been awkward for me since my father passed away in 2012. I'm blessed to be a dad, so I think about some of the things that he did for me, but also some of the things he forgot.
Inflation comes from the latin "inflationem" meaning a puffing up or blowing into. Or flatulence, lol! It’s one of the things that can blow up your budget, and the economy over time if unchecked.
Imagine this: You start a business with two partners. You put in the long nights and early mornings. You raise capital, and spend more of your own savings than originally planned. After a few long years, it takes off!
How many people have you seen online talking about money? Five, 10, 100? There are so many different people that have talked about money in the last 15 to 20 years, but these are few big ones I typically hear about:
So, you landed a new job? Amazing! The last step is just to pass a background check, and drug test—no problem. You don’t use drugs, so no worries there.