Divorce can have hidden financial and emotional consequences. Knowing your full financial situation right from the start will help proceedings. Also, having some emotional support while you go through this tough time can help you from making a bad situation worse.
It’s no secret that medical care is expensive. Yet, people are often blindsided by hospital bills. No one thinks they will ever get hurt or sick. Easy ways — including helpful apps — that can help you prepare your finances for unexpected medical expenses down the road.
Nicholas Befort, 29, learned good money habits from his father, a financial advisor. How the lessons helped him get off to a good financial start and follow his father into a financial services career.
Despite what the college admissions office will lead you to believe, a diploma isn’t a guarantee of a job. Julie struggles to get by even with her BA. Her biggest piece of advice for you is to start looking for internships right away. Passion doesn’t equal cash until someone is willing to pay you.
This is part three of Money Under 30’s “No-Stress Guide To Filing Your Taxes”. Is free tax software really free? Can I file my taxes with my phone? And what’s the difference between free online tax services and tax software that costs $80? The answers here.
As in life, in personal finance, the greatest lessons are the easiest to learn but the most difficult to master. Here are 10 of the most important money tips from the past year that should guide you as you strive toward your financial goals.
The new year is a great time to reevaluate your investments. Spend this time taking a good look at the economic environment and make any adjustments you see fit. With interest rates set to rise, you may want to double check your bond holdings. Also, oil and banks may see a comeback this year.
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