You and your fiance know everything about each other like your favorite ice creams, pet peeves, and weird habits, but how well do you know each others' assets and liabilities? Before you say "I do," it's important to have the money talk(s). In this series, we'll cover knowing what you own and owe.
My inbox has been flooded with news and commentary about the Department of Labor's new fiduciary duty rule, which was finalized last Thursday. You may be asking...what does fiduciary duty even mean? And why is everyone making a big deal about this DOL ruling?
If you’re a millennial, you may have just finished your undergraduate degree during the 2008 recession and struggled to find a job. Or maybe you had been working for a few years only to see your 401(k) dwindle. Several years have passed since the last recession and you’ve got a stable job now, but you’re scared of what could happen if another recession were to strike.
Whether or not the U.S. is headed into a recession, it’s best to be as financially prepared as possible. Here are ways to start preparing now.
The top three financial resolutions most people have each year are to “save more”, “spend less”, and “pay off debt”. Read more to see how you can cross off some of your financial resolutions before the end of January.