Category: Personal-finance

9 Ways Retirees Can Earn Extra Income
Sep 14, 2020
The idea of retirement used to be sitting in a relaxing chair and reading a book or playing golf four days a week. Retirees today are much more[...]
How to Determine Your True Risk Tolerance – and What That Really Means
Aug 24, 2020
Usually, finding profitable investments is the main thrust behind investing. Depending on your financial goal, your mix of individual stocks,[...]
Paying for Kids – Without Dipping Into Your 401(k)
Aug 17, 2020
A happy and healthy family is a beautiful thing. Some of our most precious memories and character-forming experiences involve moments with our[...]
Scarborough Debt Counseling: 5 Ways You Should be Using Credit Cards
Jul 20, 2020
For some people, the words “credit cards” conjure up thoughts of crippling finance charges, endless minimum payments and debt collectors. But in[...]
What is an Emergency Fund? And Other Financial Planning Facts
Jul 13, 2020
Things may be going really well for you right now. You may be advancing in your job, your investments are rebounding and life, overall, may[...]
Born After 1980? Here’s Your 10-Point Guide to Investing
May 26, 2020
If you were born in the 1980s or ’90s, chances are you have a pretty busy life with mounting financial responsibilities. Maybe you have student[...]
14 Questions for Joining Finances With Your Significant Other
May 18, 2020
Much like figuring out where you’ll eventually settle or if children or pets are in your future, determining if, how or when you’ll merge your[...]
The New College Graduate’s Guide to Investing
May 04, 2020
Congratulations, Graduate! You’ve made it through all the tough years of school, and now it’s time to set out on the rest of your life. And while[...]
6 Things to Teach Your Children About Money
Apr 20, 2020
It’s never too early to teach your children about money. Starting them off on the right financial foot may be one of the best things you can do[...]
Why Saving Early On in Life is Underrated
Apr 06, 2020
For many young people, knowing to avoid paying excess interest on a credit card or other loan is not anything new. It’s also not a newsflash that[...]