Just graduated from college? Congratulations! Now it’s time to figure out your “real world” personal finances. To help, here are 6 money tips for new college grads.
If you’ve heard about something called an IRA or maybe a Roth IRA and are wondering whether you should open one, here are 5 reasons to consider.
My entire 401(k) balance vanished one day! Here’s why you should take matters into your own hands and consider rolling over your 401(k) when you change jobs.
Do you have a 401(k)? Do you know how to use it as a tool to achieve financial freedom? Read this post for seven questions you should absolutely ask to get the most out of your 401(k).
Part 1: It's All Relative
A friend emailed me a while ago with some questions about her retirement plan. She went on to say that her account returned 8.6% last year, which “seems low”, then asked “Is it?” And finally, ended her email with “HELP ME, I KNOW NOTHING!”
To help you understand what is and is not considered a "good" investment return, I'll be answering her questions in a four-part series. Click "Read More" for Part 1.
We're a few weeks into 2017. By now you're either kicking a**, or you've entirely given up on the resolutions you set for yourself. Either way, it's a perfect time to focus on one of the areas we often forget about when setting resolutions: our finances.
So here are 17 financial resolutions to get you on track in 2017!