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.
Millennials must remain mindful of how their ever-shifting circumstances
influence their tax obligation.
Q&A for Homeowners: When taking ownership of a home, refinancing and title insurance can come into play. The key is to know who benefits.
Your son or daughter applied to colleges and decided where to spend the next four years. Now all you have to do is figure out how to pay for it.
What comes with a new year? Changes to the federal tax code, of course. And 2016 is no exception.
Tax breaks aren't just for millionaires. Regular folks get them, too. Take retirement saving, for example.
Experts weigh in on how much house you can buy based on income, credit score and other factors.