Noa Rodriguez-Hoffman


Noa is a Certified Financial Planner™ and founder of Socialyte Capital (, a lifestyle financial planning firm based in Los Angeles. She focuses on advising bloggers, creators, and influencers to take control of their finances to achieve growth and stability. She enjoys traveling, fueling her music fathoms at live concerts and staying active through cycling and yoga.

How To Figure Out What Type Of Salary You're Actually Worth

By Noa Rodriguez-Hoffman
As a professional, this idea of knowing what you're worth and making sure you don't settle for less than what you're worth is a familiar concern most of us want to have resolved before negotiating a deal, new position or pay increase. And yet, it…

4 Ways To Experience Guilt-Free Spending While Still Sticking To Your Budget

By Noa Rodriguez-Hoffman
It can be difficult to enjoy spending your money when you are actively trying to watch your spending in favor of paying down debt or building up your emergency fund. Being responsible with your finances can certainly call for important changes in…

5 Mistakes All Newlyweds Make When It Comes To Dealing With Money

By Noa Rodriguez-Hoffman
Life is so good right now: You and your honey are married. It's such an exciting time of your life. Maybe you had the fairytale wedding of your dreams. Maybe you had a quiet, more intimate ceremony with your close family and friends. Either way, the…

6 Traits You Must Have If You Ever Want Your Company To Get Off The Ground

By Noa Rodriguez-Hoffman
It's not easy being an entrepreneur. If you want to be successful, there are special traits you need to develop. Regardless of what your business is or what your vision is for its growth, there are certain traits all successful women entrepreneurs…

8 Ways You May Be Unknowingly Losing Money Every Day You're At Work

By Noa Rodriguez-Hoffman
I think most of us can agree we love when we get a good deal or find out something is unexpectedly on sale. There is just something that feels really good about making your money go as far as it can go, whether you're being intentional about it or…