You are here: Home

How to Invest in IT Stocks that Pay Dividends

by John Schroeder April 28, 2014

If you look at the portfolio of most successful dividend investors, chances are you will see plenty of stocks from companies that you may already know. For example, long time dividend paying stocks like Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), Procter & Gamble (PG), and Coca-Cola (KO) are likely to be found in most dividend growth investor’s […]

Read the full article →

Planning to Have a Money Talk? Avoid these 4 Times

by Miranda Marquit April 25, 2014

Many of us know that it’s important to talk about money with a partner. Whether you are having “the money talk” for the first time as you prepare to move in together or marry, or whether you have combined your finances and you just checking in regularly, it helps to choose the right time to have […]

Read the full article →

What To Do If You’re Unhappy With Your 401(k) Plan Options

by Kevin Mercadante April 23, 2014

Of all of the various employee benefits, 401(k) plans are right up there with health insurance as the most important. But what do you do if you’re unhappy with your 401(k) plan? You may think that your only choice is to hold your nose and make the best of it. But you can actually develop […]

Read the full article →

Rebalance IRA – Expertly Managed Investment Portfolio Service at Half the Industry Standard Cost

by Ryan Guina April 22, 2014

Are you getting the most out of your investments? If you are running your own investment portfolio without any outside help, you might be leaving money on the table. I know I have been guilty of this. Thankfully, there are a host of new investment advisory services out there that can help you maximize your […]

Read the full article →

What Do You Know About Your Partner’s Finances?

by Miranda Marquit April 21, 2014

One of the most important things you can do for your finances is to talk to a potential partner about their situation. If you are going to combine households and finances, you need to know what you’re getting into. But how much should you know? And when should you know it? Here are some things […]

Read the full article →

Why Your Second Car Should Be a Beater Car

by Kevin Mercadante April 18, 2014

It’s become a fact of life for many families that there should be at least one car for each adult member of every household. Often, that arrangement includes late-model cars. And with late-model cars, that more often than not includes a car loan. While we might think about it as the new normal in our […]

Read the full article →

Could You Make Money in the “Sharing Economy”?

by Miranda Marquit April 17, 2014

If you’ve been paying attention to trends in the world of business and finance, you probably know that there has been increased interest recently in what is known as the “sharing economy.” In this setup, you make money by sharing your own resources, usually your car or your home. According to an estimate from FlightCar, […]

Read the full article →
.