When should you put your money into the market? When should you pull it out? Is there a best and worst time? Are you timing the market? If you are timing the market according to headlines, you’re doing it wrong.
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.
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.
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.
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?
College costs are rising. If you have kids and want to help them pay for college, the earlier you start a 529 Savings Plan, the more it will grow.
Isn’t it annoying when you’re offered something for “free” that’s anything but? They’re either hiding the real cost or have a mountain of qualifying conditions. We dug a bit deeper in our Credit Karma Tax review to find out how free their service really is.