What is "Financial Justice"?
It's certainly a new term, yes, but it is more than that - it's a way of conceptualizing and bringing together the various ideas surrounding justice, empowerment, information, and equality that are desperately missing from the financial world.
Right now, hundreds of millions of Americans are not only living paycheck-to-paycheck, but a full 85% are financially stressed, worried, and anxious about their finances.
We have to come up with a way to talk about this in a more comprehensive way as a country and as such, I have written a short book, of which a short exerpt defining Financial Justice is shared below.
The book is called "A Brief Discourse on the Definition and Tenets of Financial Justice" and it's my hope that we can sieze the multi-trillion dollar opportunity to create a more financially just country by starting to explore the various opportunities that I've identified.
By the way...100% of the proceeds from book sales on Amazon will be donated to charity in the month of February - woohoo!
Every time the market goes down my inbox explodes, my phone buzzes, and my ears tingle with the sense that people are fretting about their IRAs, 401ks, and investments.
Car insurance companies suck.
Well, most of them do anyways. They cost a lot, you never really get a say, and their customer service is actually quite poor. It's like going to the grocery store and only being able to select from nearly-spoiled fruits and vegetables while having to pay full price.
Fortunately, the old way of doing car insurance is going away. In this post, we'll look at how you can get better car insurance, pay less, and have a way better experience - for real this time.
One of the largest and most tracked indexes in the entire world just smashed a major, life-altering, massive, tremendous huge milestone: the Dow passed 20,000 for the first time ever!
Student loans: $1.4 Trillion owed, the average loan balance increasing exponentially, and the weight of looming payments that are burdensome even to the intrepid at heart.
In this guest post we'll hear from one of the many amazing travel innovators that are redefining how people see the world and gain meaningful, unique, and highly cherished experiences across the globe.
Recently, the New York Times published an article ominously titled: Think Your Retirement Plan Is Bad? Talk to a Teacher.
Hello! Guest writer here. My name is Vivian, and I spent this summer interning at Holberg Financial. I’ll be starting my second year of college at the University of Chicago this fall. As my first internship draws to a close, I’ve spent some time in reflection.