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How to earn $75,000 annually just in interest:
An “interest-only” retirement plan can fund your golden years without draining your savings, but you will need to save a lot of money to make it possible. NerdWallet crunched the numbers, and we can tell you how much you need to save every month, broken down by age, to get $75,000 every year in an “interest-only” retirement. Check out this video to learn how to make it a reality.
7 Must-Have Money Conversations You Need to Have Before Getting Hitched:
On the first date, you discuss splitting the bill. Soon, you’re planning your first vacation together. Before you know it, you’re engaged and planning a wedding.
A Goals-Based Approach to Financial Planning:
Adviser Massi De Santis offers a step-by-step guide to identifying retirement goals and building a plan to meet them. By Massi De Santis One of my children reminded me of an efficient way to solve a maze: work back from the end to the start. In economics, we use a similar approach to solve planning and strategy problems, called backward induction. Backward induction is a process that starts from the end of a problem and works back in time to determine the sequence of optimal actions, a plan. The
The budget breakdown of millennial ‘super savers’ who make $124K a year:
Marissa and Jacob Lyda recently bought their first home for $428,000 in Portland, Oregon. In May, they’re expecting their first kid. Here’s how the millennial couple budgets their $124,000 combined salary.
Here’s how financial advisers manage their money when stocks tank:
Savvy investing pros stay calm because they know to expect the unexpected, writes Elaine Scoggins.
Why the Lazy Approach to Saving Is One of the Most Effective Ways to Save More:
Sometimes the approach that takes the least amount of effort can produce the best results.
7 Steps To Financial Freedom That Will Help You Get Out Of Debt And Save For The Future:
All the financial advice in the world can’t always prepare you for reality. But in order to achieve financial freedom and remove debt from your life
This Is How Much You Should Budget for Fun Money:
Make sure your budget doesn’t drain the fun from your life with this framework.
The Best And Worst Ways To Pay Off Student Loans
Make sure you understand the advantages and disadvantages for each student loan repayment plan.
New budget? No budget? Maybe you need a bit of both.
Some say a budget is the only way to keep spending in check. Others believe they can put people off looking at their finances altogether. Meeting somewhere in the middle may be best.
12 Ways You Can Get More Money in Retirement
You’ll need a solid income in retirement. Here are several ways you can get it, some of which require your taking action now.
Want to reach your savings goal in 2020? Here’s what the research says will help
Whether it’s retirement or a down payment, New Year’s is one of the best times to make a financial plan, behavioral economists say. Here are some of their tips and strategies.