Your 40s represent a unique period in your financial life. Though you might feel settled, don't fall prey to common money mistakes.
If you want to lower your rent, you need to move to a cheaper place.
Actually, maybe not. You might be able to stay exactly where you
Estate planning is one of those things you know you need to do but keep
putting off. You’ll find this task easier by breaking it down.
If you want to
regain any sort of financial freedom and start saving for future goals, you’ll need to stop blowing through your
Summer is a great time to catch up on your reading while you’re catching rays at the beach or relaxing by the pool.
If you're too busy to do laundry or cook dinner, you probably don't have loads of time to invest either.
The longer you live, the more important
money becomes. Learn how to use techniques for physical fitness to
improve your financial health too.
Two years after leaving school, students default on their federal loans at a rate of 9.1%, according to a 2013 report by the New York Federal Reserve. That figure jumps to 13.4% at the three-year mark.