20 Ways to Save on College Costs

College is expensive, there’s no way around it. But those college degrees are major game-changers when it comes to getting job interviews. In today’s world – and your future children’s world – a degree can open a lot of doors in the professional world. That’s why we’re letting you in on our top 20 money-saving tips... Continue Reading →

How to Save Your First $10,000

If the COVID-19 pandemic taught us anything, it’s that an emergency fund can come in clutch when the world turns upside down. With so many uncertainties surrounding our daily lives, having a little extra dough in the bank can offer a lot of peace of mind.  Even though we all agree that savings are important,... Continue Reading →

What Should Your Emergency Fund Cover?

If you’ve been considering growing an emergency fund, you’ve likely had the thought: what is an emergency fund really used for? Is it for late-night taco runs or when the car breaks down? You’re not alone – it can be tough to decide which financial burdens fall to your emergency fund and which belong elsewhere in... Continue Reading →

Investing 101: What Every Investor Should Know

Here at Lasso, we love to partner with top industry experts to bring you the best investing insights each week. This piece was co-authored by Nik Schuurmans, CFA, President and Partner at Pure Portfolios. Everybody could use more money – and when it comes to your big goals like homeownership or retirement, even more than just... Continue Reading →

Essential Money Skills for 20-somethings

Here at Lasso, we love featuring financial advisors who really get it, and this week’s article is no different. This piece was contributed by Shane Sideris of Synchronous Wealth Advisors. Your 20s are an exciting decade of searching, self-discovery and figuring out how you’ll do this thing called “adulting.” This is typically seen as the... Continue Reading →

Should You Rent or Buy a Home in 2022?

Whether you own or rent your home, chances are you’ve spent time browsing through Zillow listings and looking at what your city has to offer. And you’re not alone—in fact, homeownership rates have risen from 47% in 1900 to 62% in 2000, making the majority of households owner-occupied rather than rented. The average American’s quest... Continue Reading →

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