No one wants to work forever and retirement at 65 isn’t good enough. Early retirement is the goal. If you want to learn how to retire early, keep reading.
Taxes are a big expense for most of us but there are plenty of ways to save. We’ll show you how to reduce your taxable income legally.
Even if you hate your job, you don’t want to burn bridges when you leave. It’s important to know how to quit a job without making enemies.
I’m sure you’d agree that Ally has grown into a major player in the financial services industry. They’re praised for their low-cost products and commission-free trading. But is Ally Invest worthwhile compared to other online brokers? This Ally Invest review examines who they are, what they’re selling, and whether you should open an account.
You might think there is no such thing as loving your children too much but helicopter parenting can detrimentally impact a child’s entire life.
Parenthood. Nothing in this world prepares you for it. You can read all the books on saving for college, check out all the blogs, and google until your fingers are numb. Today we examine your best options for saving for college.
Today we’re going to be talking about the Jean Claude Van Damme of retirement accounts- the 457(b) (also called the 457). The 457(b) is a flexible retirement vehicle that allows penalty-free early withdrawals, along with some pretty great catch-up options. Much like Jean Claude Van Damme, the 457 kicks some serious ass, but it’s not for everyone.
It’s Halloween and nothing is more frightening than money horror stories. Close the blinds, turn off the lights, light and candle and prepare to be scared.
What if your child doesn’t go to college? You may not want to pay taxes and penalty on savings you’ll never use. A UGMA or UTMA account may be the answer.
Between paying and preparing taxes, I’m not sure which is worse. With so many choices showing up on a simple “free tax software” Google search, even picking your software is challenging. But worry not. We reviewed the top contenders and are comparing them all right here to find the best free tax software.
I’m sure you’d agree when I say there’s plenty of real estate investment options available these days. The question now becomes what kind of real estate investor do you want to be? What if you don’t want the associated hassles of being a landlord? Enter turnkey real estate.
We’ve talked about bonds before but mostly just the basics. Now we feel like the time is right to go a bit deeper. We’re going to talk about yield curve.
A healthy savings account should be a pillar of your personal finance toolbox. But letting your money sit around for a rainy day can be frustrating. That’s why we’re always looking for ways to keep our money working for us. CD ladders are an easy way to get a return on your savings without sacrificing security.
With so many investment products available, the decision can feel overwhelming. Whose fees are lower? What are your options? What’s the minimum deposit requirement? What’s micro-investing?! In this Acorns vs Stash article, we’re going to look at which company is the better choice for you.
In the world of tax software, there are many options. But with something as potentially intimidating as taxes, a lot of people just assume that pricier is better. But what if pricier is just pricier? Today we find out in our TaxSlayer review.
Is alternative investing all it’s cracked up to be? Our YieldStreet review breaks down their platform so you can decide if it’s worth your time and money.
Today we have 5 questions about timeshares, peer to peer lending, f**k you money, buying rental property, and what to do with a million-dollar inheritance.
Today we’re going to learn about the power of the Roth conversion ladder using a combination of personal finance words and poorly constructed metaphors. Should be a good time.
A credit card can be a great tool. But when you don’t have a credit history, it’s hard to get one. These are the 6 best credit cards for people with no credit.
If you have kids who may go to college someday, chances are that you have at least heard of a 529 College Savings Plan. But sometimes in the same breath, you may have also heard of something called a Coverdell Education Savings Account. What’s that all about?