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How to Spot a Ponzi Scheme: What We Can Learn from Bernie Madoff
Miranda Marquit on April 1, 2023
Let other people’s losses be your gain — in investing wisdom.
I’ve Got $250,000 in Savings: Is That Enough to Retire On?
MTN Staff on March 17, 2023
One of the most common, and complicated, retirement questions has always been, “Will I have enough?” Here’s how to make sure.
Spend Less, Save More With the Cash Envelope System
Kaz Weida (The Penny Hoarder) and Nicole Dow (The Penny Hoarder) on March 16, 2023
Here’s how a simple hack can help you become a budgeting pro.
17 Financial Micro Habits for More Peace of Mind
Kathleen Coxwell on March 6, 2023
Adding smart little financial habits to your day-to-day can help you snowball into a better financial status. Start here.
Target Offers Big Savings on Many Popular Categories for One Week
Bryan K. Chavez on March 1, 2023
Don’t miss these deals! Find out now how to take advantage of Target’s huge sales.
3 Ways Retirees Are Spending Their IRA Savings
Chris Kissell on February 25, 2023
After decades of saving, why are today’s retirees cracking into their nest eggs?
How the Secure Act Could Make or Break Your Retirement Savings
Miranda Marquit on February 18, 2023
There have been changes to the law affecting everyone with a retirement account, including you.
16 Ways to Outsmart Your Brain for More Wealth and a Better Retirement
Kathleen Coxwell on February 14, 2023
Don’t know why you can’t meet your savings goals? Here’s what’s behind your behaviors and how to change them.
8 Ways to Avoid Paying More in Medicare Premiums
Chris Kissell on January 19, 2023
It’s possible that you might be required to pay more for Medicare than you expect. Here is how to avoid that trap.
Top Financial Stories of 2022: Crypto, Student Loan Forgiveness, Inflation and More
Miranda Marquit on January 7, 2023
Here are the stories that shaped your financial world last year.
10 Dumb Ways Retirees Blow Their Savings
Maryalene LaPonsie on January 6, 2023
You can make retirement money last a lot longer by avoiding these costly mistakes.
9 Top-Paying Side Hustles Where You Could Earn More Than Full-Time Work
Jim Gold on December 22, 2022
You can be your own boss and achieve work-life balance even while playing video games or fixing cars.
5 Fast Ways to Turbocharge Your Retirement Savings
Miranda Marquit on November 12, 2022
Falling behind on your retirement saving goals? Not to worry. Here’s how to save more fast.
How to Know if You Are Earning or Saving for Optimal Happiness
Kathleen Coxwell on November 9, 2022
There is such a thing as saving too much, and you might be doing it without even knowing.
How to Prepare Your Savings for a Recession
Miranda Marquit on November 5, 2022
The smart money is betting there’s a recession on the horizon. Here’s what you should do about it.
This Savings Bond Now Pays Nearly 7% — Should You Buy?
Chris Kissell and Karla Bowsher on November 1, 2022
The U.S. Treasury is still offering an impressive return, but this investment is not necessarily right for everyone.
Bill Would Increase Inflation Savings Bond Limit
Chris Kissell on October 10, 2022
Bipartisan legislation aims to raise the cap on how much you can invest in Series I bonds.
I’m Earning Almost 4% With No Risk — You Can Too
Stacy Johnson on September 16, 2022
I recently sold about a quarter of my stock portfolio to put money in bonds. Here’s exactly how and why.
6 Things You Must Do When Your Savings Reach $250,000
MTN Staff on September 14, 2022
It’s been an uphill climb to fatten your savings account. Here’s how to make sure it stays fat.
21 Steps to More Leisure — and Less Labor — in Your Life
Stacy Johnson on September 5, 2022
Here are some ways to labor less and leisure more as you build a smooth path to financial freedom.
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