We may be more than halfway through 2016, but that doesn't mean your money goals for the year have been for naught!
Believe it or not, financial advisers and financial planners are not the same thing!
Budgeting and negotiation are just the tip of the iceberg. How many of these critical life and money skills have you mastered?
They say location is key when you're buying a home — but what about when investing in a rental property? Don't get stuck in the red!
From net worth to inflation, brush up on these critical 14 numbers, and you'll be on your way to better financial well-being.
It doesn't take much — a new home, a new business, a wedding — to complicate once simple finances. It might be time to hire a pro.
You've only got so many hours in the day to sell to the Man. But if you're creative with what you've got, you can still give your finances a boost.
Don't let fees and plan costs sap your 401K earnings. Watch out for these five hidden retirement fees.
While it's good to scrimp and save, you may want to think twice about cheaping out on these life essentials. They're worth every penny.
Every homeowner dreams of owning their home free and clear. Before you rush to pay that mortgage down, consider what else your money might do.
You're ready for retirement in every way except your savings — now what? Catch up, supplement, and cut costs.
The notorious crypto-currency is notoriously volatile. How much would you have today if you'd invested just $100 in Bitcoins a few years ago?
Dig out those old savings bonds, find out what they're worth, and teach your bonds to do more than reliably collect interest.
Following the herd was a good survival strategy for our subsistence ancestors. Today it's a good way to get your investment funds trampled.
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The media is saying buy and hold is dead thanks to some fuzzy math and misinterpretation of what "long term" means. But here are four strategies that can turn buy and hold from a b
Your IRA and 401(k) (or 403(b) if you work for a non-profit) are great tools for deferring taxes, and have other advantages as well. But because they're labeled "retirement" accou
There are things the rich do that working class and middle class folks don't. Some of them--living off the return on capital rather than wages or salary--are only available to the
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Budgets tend to focus on needs--food, shelter, heat, light, transportation, and (of course) taxes. They also provide for wants, but generally the smaller, shorter-term wants--cabl
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