Giving your family the best chance at a brighter future means setting money aside so that you don’t have to worry about financial burdens or an emergency that crops up.
A recent Bankrate study found that 29 percent of Americans have more credit card debt than they do emergency savings. And the problem is getting worse
It’s a sobering thought that 60 percent of Americans don’t have the savings to cover a $1000 emergency and 40 percent don’t have enough saved to cover even a $400 expense.
What exactly does financial freedom mean? Simply put, a situation where you don’t have to worry about how to pay for obligations and how to achieve financial goals.
Do you forego your retirement benefits so that you can pay off your student loans? Or do you build a healthy 401k and manage your college debt by yourself?
An abundance of evidence exists that wealth and income disparity between men and women in America is still a real concern.
The third Monday of February is set aside to celebrate Presidents’ Day. This year instead of rushing to our nearest outlet store, let’s take a look at some money wisdom we can learn from past presidents
Increases in the amount you receive from SSA, as well as new retirement saving plan limits, mean you could be better off this year than last.
Over the next two and a half decades it is said that approximately $68 trillion in U.S. wealth is expected to change hands from older generations and be in the hands of younger folks.
There have been some changes to state and local tax laws and the average American might see the refund that they depend on drop to record lows.
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