When you leave a job for whatever reason it can be a tough time in your life, a time of transition and a lot of change. All of the new things going on around you can be distracting, and if you're not … [Read more...] about How To Do A 401k To IRA Rollover
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When Tax Day rolls around, those who owe taxes are often a little disgruntled. But, if you have a home business, you need to be extra careful if you owe. Don't forget that you actually have two tax … [Read more...] about Home Business And Taxes: Doubling Up On Tax Day
Jeff Rose over at GoodFinancialCents.com recently had an epiphany when talking to a college class about investing and retirement. He realized that today's generations really aren't thinking about … [Read more...] about Learn The Basics Of The Roth IRA
Chances are that at some point in your life you will experience some type of financial setback. Indeed, emergencies are part of life. Businesses fail. Medical bills need to be paid. The house … [Read more...] about How Would You Handle A Financial Setback?
Which is best - a Traditional IRA or a Roth IRA? That's a great question, and there's no cookie cutter answer which is applicable to everyone. Each person's financial situation is different, and … [Read more...] about A Traditional IRA Or A Roth IRA: Which Is Best?
It’s virtually impossible to avoid shopping. We all need to buy things, but there are ways to make each purchase more frugal and efficient. Purchasing things online can save you time and money. It of … [Read more...] about Why The Savvy Shoppers Are All Online
One of the popular ways that many frugal people save money is with the use of coupons. I, however, could never get into penny pinching or clipping coupons. I've tried, at different points in my life … [Read more...] about Do You Really Need Coupons To Be Frugal?
I've had a continuing series on this site over the past couple of years that I like to call “Retiring Wealthy On An Average Salary”. It looks at the inspiring stories of men and women who made wh … [Read more...] about Retiring Wealthy On An Average Salary: The Story Of The Charitable Cook And Contractor
We all get scammed at one time or another, sometimes we just don't know it. Life has become so hectic, that we don't always have time to think things through before we buy. We can do our weekly … [Read more...] about Money Matters: Avoid Being Cheated
One of the ways that you might be leaking money is through overdraft fees. Bank fees have been the subject of much debate recently. Lately, Richard Cordray, the head of the new Consumer Financial … [Read more...] about Watch Out For Overdraft Fees. They Can Cost You Big