Off the cuff personal finance discussions with Ian Aguilar and Scott Snider. This episode dives into helpful tips about household budgets.
Look I get it, Americans are busy people, especially if you are raising a family or knee deep in your career. Quick answers have become the expectation. The problem is financial planning is very circumstantial and therefore a good answer to the value question must be adjusted to the person asking it. Rather than manufacture a blanketed response, the following is a detailed guide to the quatifiable value of financial advice.
Do you find it difficult to sort through all the "expert opinions" and confidently know how much to save for retirement, how much debt is appropriate, or how much to set aside in savings for emergencies? You are not alone. To make life easier, Mellen Money Management created a list of benchmarks that can be useful for anyone looking for general guidance on whether or not they are on track financially.