These foolproof seven money lessons come from those who have made millions on their own and want to help you out.
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From identifying key financial goals to paying down low balance debts, you can get your finances on track. Here are five tips to follow in 2016.
You'll need more time than you think to get your financial house in order by the end of the year - and the clock is ticking.
Contribution limits aren't increasing next year, but you can a bit earn more and still be eligible to contribute to a Roth IRA and claim the saver's credit.
As you start your first job, retirement can seem very far away. But establishing good financial habits now will benefit your career - and your retirement.
Historically, the Standard & Poor's 500 index has gained 7.1 percent from November through April versus 1.4 percent from May through October.
Millennials tend to have a dysfunctional relationship with investing. It's not a good thing, but I know there's a lot of time to turn things around.
Leaving money in your company's 401(k) plan after you retire can have big benefits. But the rules for accessing your money are determined by the plan.
Looking only at returns without thinking about risk, means seeing only half the picture. As they say, 'In investing you can either eat well or sleep well.'
Workers on the verge of retirement are lacking knowledge about Social Security that could help them increase their retirement payments.
Stocks are way down for the year and that's enough to give any retiree the shakes. What can retirees do to stay on course?
Indifference - or just plain ignorance - on Social Security can cost consumers plenty in retirement. Here's what you need to know.
With careful planning, it's possible for most people to invest in such a way that - at least - they will be somewhat financially secure upon retirement.