3 Things to Consider When You Have An Old 401(k) You Don’t Know What To Do With

3 Things to Consider When You Have An Old 401(k) You Don’t Know What To Do With

Nancy L. Anderson If you have a 401(k) with a former employer, it’s called an orphan. The name is fitting, since you aren’t really taking care of this account — it’s sitting there all by itself. In fact, according to the Bipartisan Policy Center, there are 25 million orphaned retirement accounts sitting with former employers today. If… Read More »

The 10 Best Ways for Business Owners to Save Money

The 10 Best Ways for Business Owners to Save Money

Brian Rashid Leaders of small and large companies alike can struggle with saving money. With rising costs starting to strangle small businesses, it’s more important than ever to tighten your belt and pay close attention to what’s flowing in and out of your bank account. Without a team of pricey accountants and financial planners, this can… Read More »

Stocks Soar on French Election, Trump Tax Cut Hopes

Stocks Soar on French Election, Trump Tax Cut Hopes

Paul R. La Monica Vive la France! Investors around the world cheered the French presidential election results. The hope is that the centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron will have no problem defeating the anti-EU challenger Marine Le Pen in a runoff election on May 7. Stocks soared in Europe and were set to pop in the… Read More »

Time to be Honest About the Fear That’s Getting in Your Way

Time to be Honest About the Fear That’s Getting in Your Way

CARL RICHARDS There is something you have been working on, isn’t there? Something big. Something exciting. Something you have always dreamed of. It’s that perpetual “work in progress” that you tell only your close friends and loved ones about. The novel that is in “final edits.” That website that you are going to start …… Read More »

National Financial Literacy Month

National Financial Literacy Month

What started out as a financial-literacy awareness day more than a decade ago is now a month-long campaign that has been recognized by Congress every year since 2004. The program is designed to highlight the importance of financial literacy and teach people of all ages how to manage their money wisely.[i] And, according to recent… Read More »

Following The Herd Can Leave You Lost During Retirement

Following The Herd Can Leave You Lost During Retirement

Forbes Finance Council Six times more people have died coming down Mount Everest than while climbing Mount Everest. The same can happen as you come down the mountain after retirement. How you distribute wealth, or “disinvest,” is even more important than how you invest. The savings decisions you are making today have far more implications… Read More »

Developing A Retirement Playbbook

Developing A Retirement Playbbook

Joel Johnson Ever wonder what it might be like to be a retirement “all-star?” To have a plan in place so that you can live the retirement you’ve always wanted, stress-free and confident about your financial future? It all starts with a playbook of important strategies and tools to get you on the road to… Read More »

3 Simple Lifestyle Changes to Make You More Productive

3 Simple Lifestyle Changes to Make You More Productive

Sean Bryant If you look up productivity tips, you will notice that the Internet is flooded with them. There are dozens of experts online that want to share the information that they have discovered, and they make lists, articles, infographics, and more. They want you to know how to be productive. Unfortunately, these lists are… Read More »

How to Keep Your Laptop Safe Under the New Airline Ban

How to Keep Your Laptop Safe Under the New Airline Ban

Heather Kelly Whether you wanted to binge watch TV, catch up on work, or keep a toddler from yelling for 15 hours straight, the new rules on checked-in electronics are definitely an inconvenience. But they can also present major safety issues for your hardware and data. The United States announced a new rule that bans… Read More »

What A Fed Rate Hike Means For You

What A Fed Rate Hike Means For You

Patrick Gillespie Get ready for another rate hike, America. The Federal Reserve is expected to raise its key interest rate on Wednesday. It would be the second rate hike since December and a sign that the central bank plans to raise rates faster this year. One rate hike won’t change the world but higher rates… Read More »