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Why Your Biggest Asset Is Actually You

Greetings fellow financially frustrated friend and welcome back to Broke Today Rich Tomorrow! When you think about your biggest asset, what’s the first thing that pops to mind? Is it those Vanguard shares you bought two months ago? Is it that mini-van you finally paid off? Or is it your house? The answer is none… Continue reading Why Your Biggest Asset Is Actually You

Budget Tips · Financial Literacy 101 · Lifestyle Tips · Student Life

7 Tips To Save Money As A Broke Student

What is one thing the majority students have in common? Being broke, of course! Now, unless you were a trust fund baby or got your finances together early (go you!), there was probably a time in your life when you were broke. Hey, we’re even willing to go out on a limb and guess that… Continue reading 7 Tips To Save Money As A Broke Student

Financial Literacy 101 · Investing · Lifestyle Tips

My Investment Strategy As A Broke Student Part II

In part 1 of my investment strategy, we talked a lot about compound interest and its importance to building wealth. We highlighted the importance of investing early and for the long term – that is, no touching that money until you retire. Today, we are taking things to the next level. But first, let’s cover… Continue reading My Investment Strategy As A Broke Student Part II

Financial Literacy 101

The Difference Between Being Poor and Being Broke

First of all, I want to congratulate you for being broke! Go on, give yourself a pat on the back! In all seriousness now, the fact that you have acknowledged that you are broke is to be commended. With any recovery, be it financial or other, the first step is always admitting you have a… Continue reading The Difference Between Being Poor and Being Broke