Love and Money: Financial Discussions with Your Partner

It’s often said that love and money are the two most debated topics around the world. When intertwined in a relationship, they can either lay the foundation for mutual growth or become a point of contention. Financial disagreements can bring underlying fears and insecurities to the forefront, muddying the waters of even the most harmonious … Read more

The Gen Z Entrepreneurial Spirit

Ryleigh Ramey, co-owner of Tanglefoot Creamery, prepares Fruity Pebbles rolled ice cream at her store in Festus

In an age where many young adults fantasize about their first set of wheels or the allure of tattoos, Ryleigh Ramey of Festus has always been fueled by a different passion. Her aspiration? Carving out her entrepreneurial path. Thus emerged Tanglefoot Creamery, the only destination in Festus for the delight of rolled ice cream. Although … Read more

LGBTQ+ Financial Inclusion: Beyond the Rainbow

In a world that’s progressively accepting diverse identities and orientations, one might wonder: Are we doing enough to make sure that acceptance translates to every facet of life? Especially in sectors like finance where traditionally, only a few voices were heard? As an individual deeply rooted in finance and wealth management, I, Anika Patel, intend … Read more

Postpaid, Prepaid, Resold – Which Should You Choose?

Deciding between postpaid, prepaid, or resold mobile services can be tricky. Each option offers its unique perks and potential drawbacks, and your choice largely depends on your usage patterns, budget, and desired customer service experience. The Postpaid Advantage If you desire unlimited calls, texts, superior customer service, and the option to finance your phone through … Read more

10 Questions You Need to Answer Before Writing Your Business Plan

working on a business plan

Starting a business is an exciting endeavor, but the path to entrepreneurship is often lined with challenges. One of the foundational steps to establishing a successful business is crafting a well-thought-out business plan. Before you dive into writing your business plan, it’s essential to ponder and address some critical questions that will shape the vision … Read more

The Ultimate Guide to Creating a Family Budget

Family are sitting at a desk with a paper receipt and calculating expenses, managing budget.

In an age where financial stability often seems like a distant dream, learning to manage your family’s finances is more critical than ever. Whether you’re a newlywed couple just starting your journey together or a big family juggling different needs, having a solid budget is the foundation upon which financial peace of mind is built. … Read more

How Much Should I Have Saved for Retirement?

Dear Anika, I am an ardent follower of your finance articles on Revyo, and I’ve found your advice to be incredibly practical and insightful. You have a knack for breaking down complex financial concepts into understandable, actionable steps, which I greatly appreciate. I’m a 40-year-old professional working in the non-profit sector and earn around $70,000 … Read more

What Is A Good Retirement Income?

I’ve been an avid reader of your articles and have particularly appreciated your insightful and practical advice on financial planning. Your recent article on “How Much Money Do You Need to Retire?” has prompted me to think more seriously about my own retirement planning, but I’m left with one lingering question: What constitutes a “good” … Read more