The Great Recession left many Americans feeling suspicious of the stock market. Even still, financial advisors continue to recommend investing as a means of financial security. Let’s take a look at the long-term reliability of the stock market so you can decide if it’s the right place for your money.
It can be argued that money is our most important asset. You wouldn’t trust just anyone with something that valuable. But if you ask, there will be people beating down your door to give you their opinion on what you should do with your money. How do you know who to trust?
Bottom line, you don’t want to any more student loan debt than is necessary. So, we’re here to help.
When you consider financial planning, you might think of your household budget, your 401(k) for retirement and maybe even college savings accounts for your kids. What about life insurance?
If you’re around my age, 40 is just around the corner! There are a lot of things I need to do before that birthday rolls around to get my finances in order. Here are eight steps to consider taking in your 20s and 30s.
Hazard insurance is a type of insurance policy that protects you, the homeowner, against hazards like wind, fire, storms, earthquakes, floods, firestorms, windquakes, godzillas and all other natural disasters. As long as the hazard that wrecks your house is covered in your policy, you will be protected.
Life insurance isn’t sexy. It’s marketed to seniors, and when you think about it, you’re talking about spending money you’ll never get to touch. But rather than avoid it altogether, why not read up on what life insurance means to you and your family?
Did you know your love of skydiving could be upping your insurance premiums? Did you know your coworkers could be costing you money? Check out our list of things that can impact your insurance premiums.
Ever wonder how much you’re paying in car insurance compared to everyone else? Check out our list of cities with the most and least expensive car insurance.
You’re here for advice because your significant other just popped the big question and you don’t know how to answer, right? Don’t worry. By the time you’re finished reading, you’ll know whether or not signing up for a joint checking account is right for your situation.