Before you know it 2014 will be here. So what better time to plan what
you will do with your money in the new year than right now?
Contrary to what some people believe, you can still celebrate the holidays in style without throwing your budget out the window.
There are bullies on the playground, in the classroom and at the office. Or perhaps right beside you at home. With money often cited as one of the top causes of divorce, it's important to sort out financial conflicts to avoid financial bullying.
With 2013 almost in the books, some last-minute tax moves for your retirement money could help you start 2014 off right.
The Affordable Care Act brings significant changes to the health
insurance market for small employers, according to insurance brokers.
The American Taxpayer Relief Act has left
taxes much the same for households w/ incomes less than $250K. They
will owe Uncle Sam more.
Whether you own a home or rent one, every space can be made to look bigger than it actually is. Just maximize your square footage.
The year is rapidly coming to a close. But before we say goodbye to
2013, there are a few things you should spend your money on now and ways
to manage your money in preparation for the new year.
Only 8 percent of women of all ages feel sufficiently educated about
preparing for their retirement, according to a 2011 survey by
Adjustable rate mortgages all but disappeared following the financial meltdown. But they’re making a comeback.