Brittney Castro

Brittney Castro

VIP Contributor
Founder and CEO of Financially Wise Women

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Investments

3 Simple Ways to Become a Successful Investor

Financial expert Brittney Castro give you three quick tips that can make a big difference in your investing portfolio.
Investors

3 Crazy Investing Myths That Might Keep You From Investing

Don't let these common misconceptions stop you.
Investing

Why Saving for Retirement Is a Waste of Time and Money

You should invest for the future, not save for retirement.
Financial Management

The Basics of Financial Planning

Don't wait until you have money to start planning.
Personal Finance

How to Organize Your Wallet

Why it's important to keep your cash, cards and change in order.
Refunds

3 Ways to Make the Most of Your Tax Refund

Did you get a tax refund back this year?
Finance

Brittney Castro: Schedule a Date for You and Your Money

Spend one hour a week focused on your money.
Finance

How Much Does Financial Planning Actually Cost?

To achieve your financial goals, find out how much you should be spending on financial planning.
Entrepreneur Network

Reach Your Financial Goals and Live the Life You Want

Responsible financial planning will help you live a fun and balanced life.
Entrepreneur Network

Smart Shopping Tips to Protect Yourself Against Fraud

Back-to-school shopping or preparing for the holiday season? Don't sacrifice security for convenience.
Entrepreneur Network

How Should You Plan Your Next Investment?

You have your budget in place, a cash cushion built and a retirement fund set up -- now what?
Entrepreneur Network

How to Build a Cash Cushion on a Limited Budget

In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Brittney Castro provides a simple solution for those who want to save.
Finance

How a Good Credit Score Can Save You More Than $100,000

Your credit score is important when it comes to managing your personal finances. Here's how to take better control of it.
Finance

5 Steps to Take Control of Your Personal Finances

Being well-informed about your personal finance choices and decisions will help you be smarter about your money. Here's how to stay educated.