Personal Finance: Where to Begin

A quick power-packed guide to begin your money plans

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Our Money Philosophy: Personal finance is (of course) personal, and we don’t see it as our place to judge your priorities or money values. Instead, we focus on a healthy money philosophy and best practices to make the most of your money, so that you can get the most out of it!

Save Your Hard Earned Money

3 concepts to follow:

  • Pay yourself first. Automate and transfer your target savings amount to an IRA or high yield savings account before you spend your paycheck.

  • Figure out your money priorities and cut out what you care about least.

  • Prepare for emergencies. Make sure you have an emergency fund for at least 3-6 months depending on your personal situation.

Investing—We Know it’s Daunting, But We’ll Break it Down

3 concepts to follow:

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Books We Recommend

#ShowMetheMoneyInterview

We are excited about the transparency of this initiative — we hope it sheds light on job negotiations and shows young people that building a career, like anything, is an individual choice and journey. Read our series here.

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- Anna


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