You know you should be setting aside some of your income into savings accounts, but find it hard to do. Find tips and tricks to saving money every month no matter how much you make. You�ll also find info on certificate of deposit (CD) or saving certificates which allow you to collect interest and slowly build wealth. Read articles comparing savings accounts and advice on which is the best for you to save money.
Are you thinking about getting involved in impact investing? Learning more about the factors you should consider will help you determine if it is the right type of investment for you.
No one likes to think about the end of their life, but it can be easier to manage if you know that your spouse will be taken care of when you pass on. There are six steps you can take to ensure that your spouse has all the tools they need to manage their finances.
Sure, you could just keep throwing your money into any old savings account, but if the interest rate you earn is lower than inflation, you could be losing money on your savings! Instead, consider a money market account, CDs or savings bonds.
Part of the reason for the current student debt crisis is that parents are less and less able to help their child pay for tuition. Even parents who save up money have found that college tuition has increased at a rate far past inflation. Are there solutions to this problem?
The majority of Americans today rely on 401k accounts for retirement savings, but that is not the only option available. If your employer does not offer a 401k, or if you are simply looking to diversity your options, consider these alternatives.
The third week of every October is National Save for Retirement Week. Based on the amount of savings the average American has for retirement, awareness of this issue is crucial.
Studies show that the majority of Americans are not saving enough for retirement, and the pension plans and social security we think we will rely on may not be available. Learn why you should start taking retirement planning seriously.
When determining your plan of action for saving money, you should choose the savings accounts that best fit your scenario and lifestyle needs. Some accounts are specially set up for health care or for college for your children. Some accounts are used to create a retirement for you.
As a parent looking to get my 16 year-old her first checking account, I am forced to read tiny print and legal jargon that seems to have been written by sadistic Lilliputians on a type font available only to banking institutions. However, reading and asking questions is a major requirement.
Excellent schools abound all over the country with fully accredited programs that cost a lot less than Ivy League institutions and will provide your children with excellent credentials and employment opportunities in their chosen field.