Wish you could afford to invest like the one-percenters? As it turns out, you might do better with investments aimed at the rest of us.
Author Archives: Stacy Johnson
Every year millions of Americans get money back, then blow it. Here are the best and worst ways to treat the return of your hard-earned money, along with some advice on tracking your refund.
This week: how to sell your old stuff on Facebook, why saving money is easier than losing weight, 10 tips for dealing with car salesmen, three ways to be more optimistic, and how to think like a rich person.
There are lots of different kinds of cons happening during tax time. Some are happening to taxpayers, and some are being perpetrated by them.
A reader wants to know how to find an investment adviser who can be trusted. It should be easy, but unfortunately it’s anything but.
“To err is human; to forgive, divine.” Taxes aren’t a great place to err, because the IRS isn’t divine. Here are some of the most common mistakes you’ll encounter at tax time, along with tips to avoid them.
This week: five situations you must prepare for and five you can ignore, why you can’t afford to ignore inflation, six things worth splurging on, a 5-minute morning success ritual, and how having money might change you.