Today I’m answering Amanda’s money question: “Once we’ve paid off enough debt to get through the month without accumulating more of it, and to pay towards the next snowball account, I want to start investing, even just a little. Would it be better to 1) contribute more to my 401k (we are allowed contribute up to 15% of our salary), open a retirement IRA for my husband or buy stocks (Apple is looking pretty nice about now).”
I admit, this video was a little tough for me to answer her question, but I still wanted her to walk her through my thought process. As one of my good friends Dominique Brown says, “Personal finances is personal.” Meaning that everyone’s plan will be different. So what may work your me, may not work for you.
Be sure to hit play to hear my thought process to Amanda’s question. Also if you’ve always wanted to start investing in the stock market, but just don’t know where to start or how to even go about getting started I’ve created the perfect guide to help you. Be sure to grab your copy of how to get started investing and start investing today.
If you have any money questions you would like to ask feel free to comment below or e-mail me firstname.lastname@example.org
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