When your loved ones ask for help, your first instinct is probably to say yes, no matter the situation. No one wants to turn down a family member or friend in need, but constantly sacrificing your resources can become a dangerous cycle.
One of the top skills people wish they’d learned in school is basic money management, but personal finance lessons are usually left up to parents.
When people plan for retirement, they’re often thinking about all the places they’ll travel to or the passion projects they can pursue in their newfound free time.
We’ve emphasized the importance of communication on some crucial topics before you get married. And any good pre-marriage counseling program will lead you through the delicate conversations about money to ensure you and your spouse get on the same page before you make a life-long commitment.
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Remember 2008? Most of us do. It was a painful time when our home values decreased, our 401k balances were decimated and our job security was low to non-existent.
If you’re getting nervous about getting your taxes done on time, you’re not alone. The April 15th deadline looms large and always causes anxiety, yet this year the anxiety may be increased by one of the most prevalent scams in US history.
By now everyone should be aware that house prices don’t always move rationally, and in some cases can move very irrationally to the detriment of new home owners.
According to the Associated Press, a nationwide tax scam has cost Americans over $15 million and counting since 2013. In fact, testimony from a Treasury deputy inspector general notes that these scammers are operating the largest and most pervasive scam on record.