One very important issue commonly overlooked by couples until it's too late, is that of outstanding debt and what becomes of it.
Even if you do it for a responsible reason, borrowing from your 401k can still damage you financially for the rest of your life.
Family lessons were the inspiration for my new book, "Smart Money Smart Kids," that I co-authored with my dad, Dave Ramsey.
"Discretion will protect you, and understanding will guard you” (Prov. 2:11). What about protection from identity theft?
One of the first things you should realize is that climbing your way out of a debt hole is not always a piece of cake.
Preparing for tax day on April 15th forces us to look at how we've handled our money this year. Do you like what you see?
If you are feeling the consequences of stress-related work, you might consider opting for early benefits.
A home is your most valuable asset and tax deduction. So all financial decisions related to your home are extremely significant.
Frugal homemakers know that planning ahead is key to success. As spring approaches, here are some ways to do just that.
Although I asked my father many times to please obtain a will he never did. This made our season of grief even more complicated.
Did you know that approximately 1 in 3 Americans aged 62 or older is expected to have debt in retirement? That's no fun.
In the confusion brought on by the Affordable Care Act, the health savings account (HSA) stands out as a bright spot.
What does freedom mean to you? Making the most money you can, or spending time with your loved ones?
With my debt growing larger, I had to accept I had an identity crisis: I was trying to buy my self worth with things, not God.
Roy is closing in on retirement age, but that doesn't mean he has plans to slow down. "I do intend to work. Just on my terms."
In a small college town 20 miles north of Charlotte, N.C., “Homeless Jesus” is provoking more conversation than a month of Sunday sermons.
Fact: You can have nearly anything you want. But you might have to make those lower monthly payments...for life.
How can these companies offer such high rates? What's the catch?
“I have a lot of money!” My 5-year-old brother exclaimed, as he excitedly dumped out his piggy bank earlier today.
- March 07, 2014 |