Acorns gives people the ability to invest easily, automatically and intelligently. The app boils down the complicated array of investment products available to consumers into simplified terms.
The good news is that saving money is easy, and if money is tight, you can probably cut back on a few things for the greater good. Here’s how to set up a weekly savings plan that will get you well on your way to reaching your financial goals.
To assist you in your quest to obtain the best investment advice possible, we want to make sure you know what truly bad investment advice looks like so you don’t follow it.
If homeownership sounds like something you see in your future, here are a few financial questions you need to make sure you have the right answer to
For many soon-to-be undergrads, the first place you’ll live on campus is that time-honored staple of collegiate life – the dormitory. In this article, we’ll share some tips and tricks for making the transition to independent living.
Babies are sweet, cute and cuddly. They’re also ravenous resource vacuums that will slurp up every last nickel of your disposable income, smiling and cooing along the way. That is, if you let them.
How does do-it-yourself lawn fertilization compare to hiring a company to do the work? We compare both methods based on three key criteria: ease, price and quality. Which option makes the most sense?
Savings bonds are a long-term savings instrument intended to be a lower-risk alternative or compliment to more potentially-perilous investments like stocks. There is virtually no risk when purchasing savings bonds. You’re essentially investing in the United States of America.
Considering the large sums of money associated with buying a house and how large a monthly mortgage payment is in relation to household finances, it’s understandable that most home shoppers get number fatigue when shopping for home loans. But if you’re in the market for a mortgage, you should consider whether or not a mortgage rate buydown might make sense for you.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 25% of American families and over 38% of American adults have no emergency fund or savings to fall back on. That’s scary. If you need to start saving but find traditional savings accounts too boring, maybe you should consider one of these alternative options.