Author: Kentin Waits
Kentin Waits on September 28, 2017
Roth or regular? While both kinds of IRAs have their place in retirement planning, here’s why you should consider a Roth.
Kentin Waits on September 25, 2015
Our grandparents and great-grandparents knew how to stretch a buck. Maybe it’s time to look back to find our way forward.
Kentin Waits on August 20, 2015
There are many “no-brainer” ways to save, but that doesn’t stop us from overlooking them. Here are seven easy ways to build a nest egg.
Kentin Waits on March 23, 2015
If you’ve never heard of superfoods, it might be time to get acquainted with these power-packed staples of good health.
Kentin Waits on January 9, 2015
Easy credit, the tendency to overspend, and the overwhelming acceptance of plastic as a means to pay for everything from home repairs to hamburgers have helped make consumer indebtedness a chronic condition. Here’s how to break free.
Kentin Waits on June 13, 2014
My dad was a child of the Great Depression. And though there were many families worse off than his, he learned tough financial lessons that stayed with him for a lifetime.
Kentin Waits on April 1, 2014
I’ve sat on both sides of the customer service line — taking abuse from callers and getting angry at unmotivated CS reps too. Here are some lessons I’ve learned that can help you.
Kentin Waits on December 11, 2013
Find out who these generous tycoons are and how they made their fortunes.
Kentin Waits on November 29, 2013
Saving on expenses is one way to get ahead, but making more is even better. Here are some tips that might help you start the year with a fatter paycheck.
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