Amelia Josephson is a writer passionate about covering financial literacy topics. Her areas of expertise include retirement and home buying. Amelia's work has appeared across the web, including on AOL, CBS News and The Simple Dollar. She holds degrees from Columbia and Oxford. Originally from Alaska, Amelia now calls Brooklyn home.
If you’re new to investing, you may not have settled on a particularly investing strategy. While experts say that many people can get away with investing in low-fee index funds rather than trading stocks in individual companies, some people enjoy deciding which company shares to buy. These active investors tend to self-identify as either growth investors or value investors. Read more
Who wouldn’t want to live in the paradise that is Hawaii? People who don’t like a high cost of living, for one. According to the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center, Hawaii’s cost of living is the highest of any of the 50 states. So while Hawaii offers beautiful surroundings and rich culture, it’s not a cheap place to live. If you’re intent on moving there, though, perhaps a financial advisor could help you manage these costs. Read more
When it comes to investing there are different schools of thought. Your investing strategy and asset allocation will depend on what you hope to get out of your investments. Are you looking to score deals on under-valued stocks or find companies that are on their way up? Let us explain how growth investing works and its potential pros and cons for the average investor. Read more
Writing checks isn’t as common as it used to be. Many of us rely on our credit cards, direct debit and cash to make the payments in our lives. For some people, a monthly rent check is the only check… Read more
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