Stocks, bonds, insurance, retirement — where should you focus your limited personal finance resources? Use the 80/20 to find the solution.
Couples often split finance chores across multiple accounts, which makes management difficult, especially in emergencies. Learn what you must share.
If you want to make sure you're on the right financial track, add a review of your earnings to your annual tax-time financial routine.
Borrow an estimating tool from the US Navy to help bring your sales forecasts in line with your sales reality.
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If you've recently joined the workforce, you shouldn't just think about your career path; you should think about your financial path as well.
Whenever I write about calculating how much money you need to retire, some people disagree strongly with the whole idea that there is such a figure. One told me, "The only correct
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Sure, investing is a smart move. But before you decide to invest, you need to decide if it's the right time for you.
Basic plans for saving and investing that don't require use of a formal financial plan with specific goals.
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One of the most underrated financial x-factors in our lives is our relationship with money and the inner psychology of how we deal with our finances. I suspect that it is bec
You (or somebody you know) can have your cake and eat it too utilizing the Insured Annuity concept. It's a way to provide a guaranteed tax-preferred lifetime income while guarantee
It might seem like something of a no-brainer to ask for professional investment advice, particularly about retirement. That said, there's still an astonishing number of people I know who don't. [more]
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