Many find talking about finances “too personal,” but 9 in 10 women say they want to learn more about financial planning.
Your chances of dying by hot tap water or becoming a billionaire are far better.
Small decisions you make now can be worth tens of thousands of dollars in your golden years.
Is investing something you can do on your own, or do you need to pay a pro? While pros can come in handy, many are much worse than going it alone.
The typical family will save $750 at the pump this year. That’s enough to buy 187 Big Macs…or put a serious dent in that credit card debt.
Your tax refund checks can be an instrument of positive change, or just another wasted opportunity. What will you do with yours this year?
Early retirement isn’t as easy as it once was, but it can be done with careful planning.
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