Inflation is at its highest point in 40 years, which can be detrimental to your portfolio. Investing in value stocks, real estate investment trusts, I bonds, and commodities are some of the ways you can hedge against losses.
The best money-saving apps are perfect for those who have difficulties getting started with their savings goals. Some of these apps let you invest (Acorns), some let you customize your own savings goals (Digit), and others help you save your spare change (Stash).
I traveled to 41 countries in my 20s, and every trip taught me something money-related that I *wish* I’d known before I left. From getting free trip insurance to downloading a VPN, here are 16 travel hacks that will save you time, money, and most importantly, stress.
Things like missing the tax deadline, failing to report all your income, and not taking the right tax breaks are all simple mistakes that can cost you big time when you file your return.
TikTok is filled with helpful financial advice, from budgeting to investing to getting the best deals, these financial experts can help make managing your money fun. Finally!
Simplifi by Quicken is a personal finance app that will help you keep your money management on point.
A gap year can help you prevent burnout and contemplate a new direction in life. You can get the most out of this year by staying flexible with your plan.
Paying for a credit card may be worth it if the card fits your existing lifestyle and rewards you significantly more than a no-fee card. But the latter are so competitive, generous, and perk-filled that most people will be perfectly happy with a no-fee card.
Now that you can trade them commission-free, there’s never been a better time to add ETFs to your investment portfolio. Vanguard and Schwab are two big-name companies that offer the very best commission-free ETFs. But you'll also find that iShares offers a number of reputable options.