"If I'm eligible to contribute to both an IRA and a 401(k), which should I choose and why?" The answer depends on a few thing.
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"I have several credit cards with high balances. I’d really like to get rid of my credit card bills. What’s the best way to do this?"
- June 05, 2014 |
Did you know that one in ten children in the United States are victims of identity theft?
“I’ve tried to get out of debt and it never seems to work. How do I develop the discipline and stay motivated to get out of debt?”
No one sets out to take a wrong step, of course, but all investors have made a few mistakes.
Life happens, job loss happens, health-related emergencies happen. It’s not a matter of IF, it’s just a matter of WHEN.
I recently had the opportunity to talk to Steve and Annette Economides, known to many of you as “America’s Cheapest Family.”
In roughly one-quarter of married U.S. couples, the wife earns more than her husband, up from just 6 percent in 1960.
Even if winter is still hanging on, without a doubt things are going to heat up soon. But oh, the electric bill!
Congratulations! You've made it into your dream college, but can you afford that institution?
As we generate income, this rule helps us distribute our income to allow for generosity, savings, and daily expenses!
Many couples mistakenly think that their brief money talks while getting to know each other will prepare them for marriage.
Some say that no one should have a credit card. But used responsibly, credit cards can work in your favor.
There are few gifts you can give your kids more valuable than the skills and attitudes they need to be great money managers.
What simple changes could you make in your own life to have more money available to give to the Lord and His purposes?
Seek God in your brokenness and find riches that go beyond money, enriching your soul even if your bank account runs low.
Income inequality. It’s a hot topic, with everyone from academics, pundits and politicians discussing it. What's behind it?
With some research and creative budgeting, you may be able to swing that dream vacation without breaking the bank.
Have you ever considered taking out a home equity loan to consolidate your debt? No matter what the gurus say, think again.
My “just in case” items are a symptom of a excess. I have more than I need, while others have less than they can survive on.