Can you imagine getting $2 million in tax-free money in your checking account tomorrow? Getting an inheritance can be life-changing, but most individuals have never managed that kind of money and find that overseeing that money can be a daunting task!
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The overall stock market has been all over the place in the last 30 days—up, down, and flat. This is not the first time the market has lacked clear direction, and it definitely won’t be the last.
The stock market consists of all the publicly-traded companies in the country—this means that each publicly-traded company’s aggregate earnings, losses, challenges, and struggles are represented in the stock market. This last month, the stock market declined by almost 10% at one point. So, as investors, how are we to interpret that swing? And, how do we proceed in an environment like this?
Real estate is one of the most common assets owned by your average Joe. In hot markets like these, it begs the question—should you buy, sell, or hold your real estate?
When I was a young adult, I didn’t earn a lot; I struggled to save anything and had a credit card as my emergency fund. Fast forward to now, I can see the wisdom and foolishness of some of my decisions.
Here are five key lessons that I learned.
I have spoken with several individuals hoarding cash on the sidelines since December 2019 because they are waiting for the ‘inevitable’ market crash. Even after the current 5% dip, the stock market has increased by 15% this year and 70.2% since March 2020. Not only has their decision to sit in cash cost them in potential gains, but it has also cost them in purchasing power on account of higher-than-usual inflation.
Most people have a checking account, but not everyone has a savings account. If you’re considering getting one, this article is for you!
Savings accounts are pretty simple to understand, but you’ll want to research to find the best option for you!
The financial world is full of jargon—words like debit, credit, markets, ledger, and bonds are used all the time.
Today, I will break down some of the key differences between credit and debit cards.
According to polls, 70% of Americans overspend during the holidays! Does that describe you? It doesn’t have to.
There are better ways to save your money and forgo the stress of living paycheck to paycheck.
With a crumbling Social Security program, it is becoming more important for people to squirrel away money for their retirement any way they can.
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) can be a fantastic retirement tool if used correctly, but they are often misunderstood. HSAs are so great because they have the potential to pay a significant portion of your medical costs throughout your retirement if they are funded and maintained correctly.
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