Jane Barratt

Jane Barratt

Jane Barratt is the founder and CEO of Goldbean: an online investing platform that helps people start their investment journey with companies and brands they love, know and buy. An advocate for financial literacy, Jane believes that with the right tools and education, anyone can be a confident investor. To learn more visit www.HelloGoldBean.com

The X Factor in Career Success

The X Factor in Career Success

Career success is an important topic for anyone looking to improve her finances. Just think about how much time, effort, and money goes into growing your career. You train for it, dress for it, obsess about it on weekends, and…

Tips to Improve Financial Know-How in 2016

Tips to Improve Financial Know-How in 2016

As we head into the holiday season and the close of another year, many people are thinking about their goals and wishes for the future. One popular New Year’s resolution people make is to learn and expand language…

How Your Holiday Spending Can Help You Invest

How Your Holiday Spending Can Help You Invest

Did you know that the average American spends about $800 on gifts over the holidays? That money goes to the companies that make the gifts, their suppliers, retailers, and employees. And don’t forget the big winners: For the…

So You Need a Financial Advisor?

So You Need a Financial Advisor?

The world of financial advice is a vast and complex one, and it can be hard to know where to start when you decide you want some help. For as long as there has been money in the world, there…

Building Your Money Muscles

Building Your Money Muscles

Getting strong and healthy is a rewarding task with long-term benefits. Just like when you exercise your regular muscles, your “money muscles” can also be strengthened over time with practice and training. Think of your money muscles…

Love Your Future by Investing With Purpose

Love Your Future by Investing With Purpose

Thinking about the future can bring with it a mixed bag of emotions. Everything — from joys to inevitable hiccups and the need to plan along the way — can be overwhelming. To truly succeed, the concept of investing needs…