It’s time to separate the wheat from the chaff. Are personal finances a game or do you have a real goal in mind?
Around this site we typically don’t buy insurance for things where we can self-insure. Is an engagement ring any different?
Would you take on additional risk if you weren’t rewarded? Probably not. See below to make sure you’re not taking on unnecessary risk.
Human psychology drives everything that you do. Why not spend a few minutes to learn how to harness it to your advantage?
Many people don’t know if they’re paying AMT and what steps they can take to avoid the tax if possible.
Donating appreciated stock to charity is a win-win for both you and the charity as neither party will have to pay taxes on the capital gains.
The mountain is always highest at the base. You’ve got to push through saving that first $100K by using brute-force strength.
You may think you know PSLF, but it’s good to review the basics to make sure you understand whether this program is right for you.
Rich people don’t finance automobiles. If you don’t have the cash, you can’t afford the car. Save for a couple of months if you need to.
Here’s why you should be making your magical computer slave work for you. Invest an hour in yourself and reap the benefits for life.
Funding a Roth IRA in law school could give you an early start on retirement savings and be a helpful way to force some extra savings.
A new report quotes financial advisors as saying lawyers ignore their statements because they’re too busy billing. Let’s calculate the costs.
As if keeping track of your federal student loans isn’t complicated enough, the government has enacted at least five different ways to repay your student loans.