Whether you’re eager to find the next big company to invest in or you’re a little scared to put more of your hard-earned money into the stock market, here’s how you can invest in stocks the right way!
To buy a house, you could need at least 25% of a home’s sale price in cash to cover a down payment, closing costs and moving expenses. That comes to more than $60,000 for a $250,000 home.
What do you look for when buying a house? The answer is more than just an open floor plan with natural light. Find out which six things you can keep an eye out for to avoid ending up with a money pit.
What do you do if you’re running out of money and it’s not even the end of the month? Here are four steps to help you get through.
Are you one step closer to getting another stimulus check?
Every hero has a guide—no matter how successful they become. Learn four steps on how to find a mentor who can help you conquer the mountain they’ve already climbed.
When you’re opening a bank account, you’ll need a government-issued ID and proof of address. But there are some other things you may not have thought about.
Don’t let the older loved ones in your life be a victim to elder fraud. People ages 70–79 are at the biggest risk of being scammed. Help protect them by looking out for these common elder fraud scams.
Stop avoiding talking to your parents about estate planning. You can help protect them by creating a will, setting up a power of attorney and more. Here’s what you need to do to get started.
Stock trading is like fishing—everyone wants to tell you about the time they caught “the big one,” but never about the ones that got away. Here’s why stock trading is a bad idea!
There’s no one-size-fits-all when it comes to going back to school this fall.
Money is the #1 thing Americans worry about, even before their jobs, families or health. Here’s how to stop worrying about money for good.
Are money market funds worth being part of your investing strategy? And what in the world is a money market fund, anyway? Don’t worry, we’ve got all the answers you need right here!
Estate plans aren’t just for old, wealthy people. Every adult needs an estate plan! But where in the world do you begin? Learn the basics of estate planning and how you can get started today.
Think 401(k)s and IRAs are the only way to save for retirement? Think again! If you’re ready to invest beyond 15% of your income, a brokerage account might be one of your best options.
If you feel stuck in a chronic state of stress, you’re not alone, and you don’t have to stay there. Here are six ways to change your relationship with anxiety and reclaim your life.
Is a savings account worth having? Well, apart from encouraging you to—well—save, it’s a way to help you focus on a positive financial future for you and your family.
If you want to make a bigger impact at work, it might be time to figure out how to get a promotion. Take these four steps to becoming the kind of person who deserves more responsibility.
In life, we run ahead believing that we have it all under control. But at the root of that belief is a lack of trust in God. Here are three ways you can learn to trust God.
You’ve heard all the names: financial consultant, advisor, coach. What’re the differences? And how can they help you with your money problems? Let’s break it down.