If you’re thinking of buying a retirement home in a different state, don’t make the mistake of looking only at places with no income tax.
Pricing adjustments are a normal part of the functioning of efficient markets, as the buying and selling decisions of millions of individual entities are factored into the price of market-traded assets.
So why do people get so excited when their stocks split? Well, the general idea is that a stock split like those just announced by Apple and Tesla makes the shares affordable for more investors.
As Baby Boomers continue to age, the responsibility to care for them will continue to fall on younger and younger cohorts of the population. With costs for healthcare and long-term care increasing much more rapidly than inflation, it’s also a situation that can pose stiff financial challenges.
Does it really make sense to go back to school if you’re still paying off debt from your previous student days? The answer depends on your answers to a few questions.
Let’s take a look at a few features of former Vice President Joe Biden's plan and how they might impact your taxes, your financial plan, and even your business, especially if you are a small business owner.
The U.S. GDP plunged a staggering 32.9% in the second quarter. But is there positive data pointing toward an economic rebound? We analyze the numbers and explore the true depth of the current recession.
What can single women—which includes a majority of women in transition—do to make sure they can afford the retirement lifestyle they need? There are a few common-sense steps you can start taking now that will help you avoid facing retirement not only alone, but underfunded.
As a woman in transition from an active career to retirement, there are a few key decisions you can make today that can prepare you to enter your “second act” with more confidence, more resources, and above all, greater financial freedom.