Nest eggs are supposed to be there for when you retire. But it seems
that many African Americans are dipping into their retirement savings
prematurely. According to a new study by Aon Corporation, Blacks are more likely to
withdraw money from their 401k plans before they retire.
On Tuesday, the potential downsides to reforming the tax structure in
the United States became more evident in the nation's capital. For the first time, senators and representatives started to think about
reducing or changing individual tax breaks offered to the nation's
With the potentially high costs of a wedding and myths of a marriage tax
penalty, it's no wonder that many people are scared to get married for
financial reasons. In reality, there are many ways that getting married
can actually save you money. By tying the knot, you may be able to cut
down on your monthly expenses and live a more comfortable lifestyle.
According to the Office of the US Trade Representative, 95 percent of
the world’s consumers are outside of the United States and they
represent 75 percent of the world’s purchasing power. Could some of
those consumers use your products? If so, why aren’t you selling to
On Tuesday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) plans to
announce that it may soon be imposing a new set of rules upon the
heavily criticized mortgage service sector. The rules are an attempt to
promote culpability and transparency in an industry where such things
are in short supply.
Most couples have disagreements about important life decisions
throughout their lives. They may disagree about where to live, where to
send the kids to school or even when to sell a house. A new argument
that is coming up frequently is deciding when to retire.
More than 1,400,000 people filed for bankruptcy in fiscal year 2011.
According to a recent study, Blacks are about twice as likely as whites
to have to deal with the more costly form of consumer bankruptcy. This
is regardless of income, home ownership, assets and education.