Currently, about 67 percent of African-Americans with incomes of at
least $50,000 have money invested in stocks or stock mutual funds.
Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need to be rich to start
investing. Even if you have less than $500 to invest, there are options.
If you’re looking to catch up or get ahead on saving for retirement, there are steps you can take to do that.
Not everyone with a trust fund has the last name of Clinton, Gates or
Trump. Creating a living trust fund for your children is a wise
investment and a practical financial tool that is not only for the
offspring of the rich and famous.
Make the financial moves on this list soon, and you'll dramatically
increase your odds of a happy financial future.
There's nothing wrong with getting a Powerball ticket every once in a while, but there are smarter ways to spend your hard-earned cash.
With the excitement around Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens, here are 7 personal finance lessons. May the force be with you - and your wallet.
It's always smart to review and rebalance your portfolio at year-end to make sure your asset allocation is still on target.
Here are five of Robert Kiyosaki’s best money tips of all time, selected to
help you take control of your finances as you head into the new year.