Have you started saving for retirement? Check out this helpful infographic to learn more about retirement savings and the options available to you.
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Saving for retirement poses some unique challenges: How are you supposed to prioritize retirement savings against the long list of more immediate goals? How are you supposed to find the motivation to prepare for something that’s decades away? How can you quantify the amount you will need to save when you have no idea what your future will look like?
For many young adults, student loans serve as the first real experience with borrowing a large amount of money. It’s a steep learning curve for someone just starting out, and not understanding financial concepts like interest rates, loan terms and repayment schedules can quickly snowball into a very stressful and costly post-graduation experience.
My husband recently lost his job, but we were ready.
Something wasn’t right, but I couldn’t quite put my finger on it. Our income had slightly increased over the past year, but it seemed like we were barely making it each month.
We’re constantly being bombarded with images of the latest and greatest gadgets, toys, and experiences, that can make one feel “left out” if he or she dosen’t have them.
Dressing for success doesn’t have to cost a fortune.
How often do you frequent garage sales? Saturday mornings are often prime time to go on a treasure hunt for unique pieces and everyday items at a fraction of the cost.
Doing something you love and getting paid to do it is exciting, but it’s also very important to make sure that you are extremely cautious of scams and deals that seem too good to be true.
The holiday season is typically the peak period for scams each year, especially as more shoppers use their computers and mobile devices to make purchases.