Debt. For some, this truly is a four-letter word in the nastiest sense.
My mother certainly has never been a fan of debt at all. It took her decades to even consider getting a credit card, and only did so when she was required to use a […]
We can choose to wallow in the negatives in life, or we can seek to get ahead through applying some positive approaches and strategies. So whether you’re thinking about your finances or life in general, consider the following:
Look at what you’ve got. We […]
Don’t worry if you’re bad with money. Neuroscientific research indicates that it may not actually be your fault, so suggests a new report from Chase Blueprint. “Born to Spend? How Nature and Nurture Impact Spending and Borrowing Habits” indicates that some people are simply better wired […]
Despite (or perhaps because of) the incessant noise churned out by the financial media in relation to saving for our retirements, data continues to show that individuals are falling short in that department.
For example, according to the 2014 Retirement Confidence Survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute […]