Are you thinking about paying off your mortgage to get out of debt or boost your monthly disposable income? Making extra mortgage payments isn’t your only option to improve your finances.
If you don't want to take risks with your retirement savings, consider these three options.
150 of the largest metropolitan areas nationwide were analyzed on the happiness of local residents, housing affordability, tax rates and health care quality.
Start early and evaluate your plans regularly to stay on track.
Your retirement will likely be the biggest financial goal you'll face in your life. If all goes well, you may need to cover decades of living expenses from your savings.
Debt consolidation through a personal loan can be an effective strategy to pay down existing debt; however, these four types of debt consolidation loan options are not ideal and should be avoided.
The measure will cause many rollovers, in which hundreds of billions of dollars move annually from 401(k)s to individual retirement accounts, to be more heavily regulated. It also gives investors who feel they have been given bad rollover advice the right to file a lawsuit or arbitration claim.
Don’t let pandemic-related financial challenges set back your retirement plans. Here's how to restart your retirement savings in 2021.
Although Rob Gronkowski is a star football player who was blessed with million-dollar contracts, his savings strategy is so simple that anyone can mimic it to achieve their retirement goals.
Working during your senior years could actually come back to bite you if you aren't prepared. Here are three pitfalls to bear in mind.
As we begin a new year, personal finances continue to be top of mind for many Americans.
The sooner you begin the process, the easier it will be.
By 40, you should have an emergency fund and a good amount of retirement savings stowed away.
Don’t let debts hold you back from investing in your future.
Roughly 70 million Americans will be able to take advantage of Social Security benefits' 2021 cost-of-living increases.
Retirees who file taxes as single with incomes up to $75,000 will get the full payment and those who file married joint returns with an income up to $150,000 will get the full amount.
By the time you reach age 50, you should be well on your way to achieving your retirement goals.
Protect your retirement finances by paying off your home early.
Planning on retiring while tackling debt? Here are three ways that you can save money while still paying down your balances.
In a recent survey of U.S. adults aged 40 to 65 with annual household incomes of at least $100,000, a surprising 50% said they're worried they won't ever be able to retire.