It's best to start preparing for these shortcomings now.
A 4% withdrawal rate could be too aggressive for today's environment.
The numbers might surprise you.
Not all debt is bad. Learn how to leverage debt with these three tips on the latest episode of PennyWise.
PennyWise Podcast host Teri Barr is talking with Sara Rathner, a Personal Finance Expert with NerdWallet, to learn how you can use debt as a financial tool.Sara shares the differences between bad and "good" debt, and explains the three ways to use it to your advantage, especially right now.M…
About 7.5 million student loan borrowers with loans in default are set to get a fresh start — a chance to enter repayment in “good standing” — but only if…
There will eventually be brighter days.
Don't lose sight of the long-term benefits of ESG.
Those of us who write and talk about money for a living tend to have our financial acts together. But that wasn’t always the case. I invited some personal finance…
You've probably heard next year there will be a big Social Security raise. But this isn't something to look forward to.
This little-known Social Security rule could take a bite out of some seniors' benefits.
There are multiple ways to make your ultimate Social Security checks fatter.
Seniors could be in line for a very nice boost.
New York—if you can make it here, you’ll make it anywhere. But if you need a mortgage to make it to New York, you’ll first need to calculate how much a home loan will cost you, including the interest rate. Here are the latest home loan rate trends to help you buy a home in […]
With prices up 8.5% year over year, household spending stands to rise by several thousand dollars.
With no risk comes little to no reward.
Although increasingly rare, joint credit cards can be a useful convenience for family members or spouses who share finances, but present significant responsibility. Whenever you make a financial agreement with another person, there has to be substantial groundwork for trust and open communication. Both parties should be as informed as possible on what they’re signing […]
Time is an investor's best friend.
The long-term consequences of this record inflation could be worse than the short-term ones.
Let it be because of choice.
There are a few reasons your benefits might not go as far as you think.
Next year's raise could be huge -- but seniors shouldn't celebrate just yet.
You'll probably need to double your money many times over. Here's how to do it.