Ten Year Countdown: Financial Planning for Retirement

When retirement is a decade or less away, it’s common to have a little anxiety about if you’ve done enough. You have had a good career, you’ve been saving, but what you really want to know is: Am I really financially ready? If you are ten years ...

How Debt and Financial Stress Affect Your Health

Everyone understands that debt isn’t good for your financial health. Planning, saving, and keeping debt low are the keys to keeping your financial health in good standing. What we don’t talk about enough is how debt impacts your mental and physical ...

How to Start Saving for Retirement

For most young people, retirement is nothing more than an afterthought. As such, most folks don’t begin drafting their retirement plans until they approach their 40s. More than half of Americans aged 18-34 have yet to begin saving. And 42% of adults ...

How is Interest Calculated on a Credit Card?

Credit cards are tricky. Everyone knows how they work, but few people know how they really work. The basics are easy to understand. You're provided with a line of credit. You use your credit card on whatever you want to purchase. You have to make a ...

Should I Save Money Even Though I'm in Debt?

Why You Should Save Money Even While in Debt Trying to get out of debt can be challenging, especially if you have credit card debt. Even as you pay down credit card debt, it can seem like an uphill battle due to the interest that continues to accrue ...
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