Investments and Insurance

Wondering about the difference between stocks and bonds or what your retirement plan means?
We cover that in our investment section, accompanied here by a breakdown of insurance –
both health insurance and other common property and casualty insurances, like car and renter’s insurance.


Whether or not you own stock, it is important to understand what it is and how people buy and sell it.


Bonds, a common investment tool, are a form of debt taken out by corporations or governments.

Certificates of Deposit

Certificates of Deposit are another service banks can offer. They lock up your money for a period of time in exchange for a return. 

Savings Account Interest

How can my money make money for me? Compound interest.

Common Insurance Types

Let’s discuss property and casualty insurance, which includes types like car, home owner’s and renter’s insurance.

Health Insurance

The health insurance system is so difficult to figure out. But we’d like to help.

Paycheck Deductions (including insurance)

Exploring payroll taxes and other deductions that get taken out from your paycheck.

Understand Your Finances Better

  • Banking
  • Spending and Budgeting
  • Debt
  • Taxes
  • Insurance
  • Investments
  • The Economy
  • How to Talk About Money
  • Money in Pop Culture