Tuesday , 24 April 2018


Personal Finance

10 Money Rules Every Working Adult Should Know

The media, money gurus, investment firms — they all have a way of making the world of personal finance seem hopelessly complex. We've all seen otherwise competent, capable adults go crossed-eyed when the topic of money management comes up. Don't be intimidated by the talking heads and conflicting advice, though. The most valuable rules are usually the simplest to understand. Here are the 10 money rules every working adult should know.

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Attention Job-Hoppers: Here’s How To Keep Up With Your Retirement Savings

It's very common these days for young people to move from job to job. The days of sticking with a company for decades and earning a big pension are over. Thankfully, 401(k) plans and individual retirement accounts allow workers to switch jobs without losing their retirement savings, but it's still possible for all that job-hopping to disrupt your ability to save. If you do switch jobs regularly, there are some sensible things you can do to ensure that your retirement plan stays on track. Here are 7 things to consider doing.

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Too Much Cash Could Hurt Your Savings For Retirement

Cash is the snake oil of investing. It feels good for a while and it sounds like a reasonable fix, but it does absolutely nothing for you and, over time, it will give you one hell of a hangover. At best, it’s a false sense of security. As the volatility in the market pushes more people to sell, the amount we are holding is exploding and, as we age, this situation becomes increasingly threatening to our security.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Cryptocurrencies

Today’s infographic from BestAccountingSchools provides an introductory guide to cryptocurrencies, and it highlights the history, important terms, and statistics about the crypto space. It also profiles some of the pioneers that made it all happen.

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Answers To 7 Tough Questions About Dealing With Debt

We've all heard the tales of financial woe that befall people who fail to pay their debt, die without a will, or go through a nasty divorce but what is the truth?...[This article answers] some of your most pressing debt questions. As always, it's important that you do your own research — each situation is different and laws and regulations change on a case-by-case basis. This is just your jumping off point. Now, let's get started.

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