There are very few things you can do now to reduce your 2011 tax bill. One is to put money aside in an Individual Retirement Account, or IRA. But to decide that’s a smart move, you’ve still got to decide whether to go with a Roth or regular. Do you know the difference?
What’s better than earning a higher interest rate on your savings? Helping a worthy entrepreneur while you do it. Microloans offer the opportunity to beat the banks while you save the world.
Stocks do more than go up and down: Some pay dividends that beat the pants off bank savings accounts. Did you know AT&T pays nearly 6 percent?
Looking for an interesting alternative to low-paying savings accounts? Start a collection with tips from two guys who just made $38 million selling theirs.
Tired of earning next to nothing on your savings? Meet someone making 13 percent by simply doing what the bank does.
A dental insurer believes “the value of a lost tooth is closely related to the U.S. economy.” But the going rate for lost baby teeth dropped 42 cents in the past year. Maybe the tooth fairy expects another recession?
This reader wants to know what will happen to Apple stock if it starts paying dividends. Even if you don’t own Apple, or any stocks at all, there are still some good lessons here.