Who would have thought it? Would you believe there is set of financial tools and resources out there just waiting for you to stop by and give them a spin?
How Rich People Think,
In my 30 years of interviewing more than 1,200 of the world's wealthiest people, I've found some major differences in how the wealthy approach money compared to the middle class.
GOBankingRates caught up with retirement expert Chris Hogan backstage at Dave Ramsey's Smart Conference to ask him a few questions about saving for retirement. Chris dispelled a myth many of have about retirement. Check out the video below:
As a kid, Austin Netzley remembered being enthralled with the concept of money and promising himself that one day he'd be wealthy. And now, at 28, by most people's measure, he is. He's been an athlete, student, engineer and entrepreneur. And at this point in his life, he considers himself "retired."
The point is, they will be open and requiring employees to clock in and work on a national holiday set aside for people to give thanks with family and friends. It's wrong. Period.
How do I know this? Because I've been immersed in the health and wellness and personal development world for a few years and learned that good habits formed early in life can serve you now and in the future.
Inadequate jury pay is essentially gutting class diversity and creating more homogenous juries that no longer represent a true cross-section of our communities.
I graduated law school with $206,000 of student loan debt (woof). While I have paid off $50,000 in three years, I still have $156,000 to go. For all you student-loan-debt-suffers out there, no doubt your student loans affect your life.
Today's identity thieves are smarter, faster and more dangerous than ever, stealing valuable, private information and leaving victims exposed and mentally and emotionally vulnerable.
Just about everyone has an opinion about the millennial generation, which includes about 80 million people born between approximately 1982 and 2002. And, unfortunately, opinions aren't all positive.
Single family homes are still a great asset, but getting creative can provide alternatives that involve less competition and at far higher yields than other investment types.
Better Money Habits,
The human mind doesn't always work in our best interests when it comes to spending decisions. But the good news is that scientists are trying to tackle the problem -- and uncover how we can retrain our brains to make better choices.
Looking at sprawling villas in the suburbs and 2,000-square-foot condos in the middle of downtown is one thing. How much home you can afford may be entirely different.
Michael and I have been on the road for over three years now with no fixed address, yet people still ask us where we call home. We finally have a good answer: we live at Airbnb.
Robbins has now directed his enormous force of energy on a vital topic that affects everyone's lives: money.
Secured Credit Cards,
Secure Credit Cards,
The good news for those in need of a secured credit card is there are tons of options. Which also happens to be the bad news, since all those choices can quickly overwhelm and make you despair of ever finding the right fit.
When was the last time you took a close look at your Social Security benefit statement? It was probably around 2011, when the Social Security Administration (SSA) actually stopped snail-mailing its annual benefits statements to save money, opting for emailed copies instead. Congress and consumer advocates complained that workers...
Most employers would agree that financial education programs for employees are a good idea, but many may find it hard to justify enacting such a program in the workplace. After all, how do you determine ROI on this type of initiative?
Keeping control of overall debt is an important part of financial planning no matter what your stage of life. But a flat statement about eliminating all debt in retirement may be too simplistic. That's because the amount of debt you can comfortably handle is very individual and depends on your bigger financial picture.
Huffington Post Reader Question Dear Steve, I have several parent plus loans that I took out for my sons college. He also has some stafford loans. I am now concerned of the amount of loans I have under my name. I have three other children...