In Recession, Save Cash Before Paying Debt: Do You Agree?

At first, I was shocked to read that Suze Orman is recommending you pay only your minimum credit card payments and instead save cash in an emergency fund. It’s a total about-face from what Suze and probably 98% of personal finance writers typically recommend: above all else, get out of debt. But, given these unprecedented […]

How to Rollover Your 401(k) to an IRA

Deciding what to do with your 401(k) retirement plan when you leave a job can be intimidating. Unless you have an extreme hardship and need to cash out your 401(k), it’s almost always best to rollover your old retirement plan into a rollover IRA. Once you understand why—and how—to rollover your old 401(k) into an […]

How To Stand Out In A Competitive Job Market


Finding a job can be tough. The most common way to find a job is through someone you know. But once you have a lead, the rest is up to you. A killer cover letter and confidence in the interview will go a long way.