If you are self-employed, there are several options available in which you can save for retirement similar to the ways employees with company plans do across the country. Here’s more information about the SEP-IRA, Keogh, Defined Benefit Plan, SIMPLE IRA and Solo-401(k).
The first installment of Insurance Insights features Devin Polaski from MyInsuranceExpert explaining the simple, three-step process that’s necessary to obtain life insurance.
There are a few methods for finding the best Android and iPhone apps for your personal finance, gaming, or any other needs. With a little research, you’ll be enjoying the warm glow of a new app in no time.
In this guest post, Donna Freedman shares 20 ways to make $20 work for you, your savings goals and your lifestyle.
As an extra means of income, many people consider mystery shopping. We’ll explain what mystery shopping is, how to work with a legitimate mystery shopper company and the types of cons to look out for.
Sure, putting a big down payment on your new home is a good thing. But, first-time home buyers, keep some cash in your coffers for surprise home repairs! Be proactive and keep some savings aside, even if the inspection came up clean.
What happens if you’re carrying around a gift card to a store you’ll never visit, not even online? There are some alternatives to help you sell, swap or even invest the card’s value into a mutual fund!
2012 is around the corner! A new year is a great time to review your finances and make sure you have everything under control. In this post, we give you seven simple tips for getting your personal budget in order for the new year. We also mention fun things like the hit NBC show Parks & Recreation and the Mayan apocalypse!
I’m not sure this would work for me. I eat a lot. I don’t think I could eat for $100 a week, let alone feed a family and me. But for normal people, it seems like a go.
These days many people have to forgo a lot of extras due to high bills and lower incomes. A vacation is one of the first things to get canceled. When bills are stressing you out, it makes sense (to me, anyway) to take a little time out to relax. Cash in some airline points or pick a destination within driving distance, find yourself a person to swap homes with and enjoy a nice, cheap vacation!