Education is priceless, but debt isn’t. The interest rates can be very high, and the less money you borrow, the faster you can pay it off. And the faster you can pay it off, the better.
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Have you thought about investing, but don't know where to start? Join us as we sit down with Brian Lowrance, CFP, active investor, entrepreneur, and developer of Softvest, for a live webinar, and have your investing questions answered!
Despite the fact that large funds have access to the best tools, data, and know-how, many hedge fund managers cannot beat the S&P 500. Why do they lag the index? Only when you start to consider why such an oddity occurs can you beat the professionals.
Are you moving to a new home? If you're unprepared, the cost of moving furniture can sometimes be more expensive than buying all new furniture. We spoke to an expert for tips on how to plan the least expensive and most efficient move possible.
Divorce can be emotionally and financially taxing. When neither spouse is prepared for the impact of the division of assets, especially retirement accounts, the results can be devastating. Here's what you need to know if a court settles the bill.
As if divorce weren't emotionally daunting enough, separating spouses often face financial challenges as well. In this article, we will discuss what alimony is (and isn’t), the different types of alimony and how each affects either party in a divorce.
When buying a home your down payment lays the groundwork for future financial footing. If it's anything less than sturdy you must know about PMI, or private mortgage insurance, We spoke with an expert to get the details, and break it down, simply.
There is plenty of information on HOW to file your taxes, but do you really understand the reasons behind your tax return? We offer a brief overview of the process, annotated with actual commentary and legal rationale to add some sense to all that jargon.
When you buy a home, you’ll hear the word "points" a lot. They can cost thousands but can also save you thousands. Do you know how points work, and why they affect your down payment, your interest rate, and your standing with the bank?
If you’re having trouble meeting your debt obligations, and are considering filing for bankruptcy, you’ll need to understand which type fits your situation. Do you know the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13?
If you’re struggling to repay debt, and can’t seem to make progress, then bankruptcy might be a solution. But it’s a drastic one – not only does it undo all the good work you did in the past, in terms of your credit score, but it alters your future too.
Keeping your business and personal expenses separate is a habit you need to build if you want a simple tax return. Learning to do this might take some time and practice, but not doing this gives the IRS a reason to audit you. Is it really worth the risk?