Young Money: 4 Proven Actions to Design Your Wealth While You Still Can
If you’re under 40, you may not have a lot of money, but you’re loaded with a valuable resource: time. It probably doesn’t seem like it when you’re looking at your student loan debt or scraping up rent money each month, but being young is the ultimate advantage when it comes to building wealth. Starting now means you can experiment, learn from mistakes, bounce back from setbacks, and steadily build your legacy.
Rising-star financial advisor Dasarte Yarnway offers a simple 4-step process you can use to become a Master Wealth Builder. It begins with having the right mindset—wealth begins in your mind and then is built every day through intentional actions. Yarnway examines:
Dating Benji: Straight Talk on Improving Your Relationship with Money
What happens when the love in our intimate relationships is lost? Sometimes it can be extremely hard to get it back. Meet Benji. Contrary to our romantic relationships, the relationship that you have with Benji can always be improved – that is, if you want it to be. Dating Benji: Straight Talk on Improving Your Relationship with Money draws parallels from our romantic relationships to our relationship with money. In his ‘straight talk’ approach, Berknell Financial Group Chief Executive Officer Dasarte Yarnway makes the discussion on financial planning and investing fun and easy to understand.
Dating Benji will help you identify your dating downfalls, teach you how to get your groove back and give you the RIITE financial planning tips to help you succeed in reaching your financial goals.
Pay Me In Equity: A Millennial Guide to Understanding Equity Compensation | Part I: Pay Me In Equity
Part I discusses different types of equity and why it is important for tech professionals.
We’ve been fooled: equity is far more than we think it is. Pay Me In Equity, segmented in four parts, educates the under forty professional on understanding the details of the employer-sponsored plans while offering advice to anyone who seeks to design their wealth through growing their “personal equity.