Thursday , 9 April 2020


Personal Finance

7 Countries Where You Don’t Have to Tip at Restaurants

Whether you hate tipping and want to plan your vacations around countries where it's an unheard of or are just interested in how other cultures handle tipping it's good to be aware of the places where it's unexpected to tip, where it's uncommon but appreciated, and where it's considered an outright insult.

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Don’t Put Your Retirement At Risk! Avoid These 5 Less-than-ideal Money Moves

If you're stressing out about whether or not you're saving enough for retirement, you're not alone. Millennials are among those struggling the most with this dilemma. According to a 2016 study, 64% of working millennials believe they'll never save a $1 million nest egg. Why are millennials so worried? Sadly, this age group is prone to making less-than-ideal money moves that could hurt them later in life. Let's review the five biggest ways in which millennials are risking their retirement.

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Should you save for retirement or pay off credit card debt?

Should you save for retirement or pay off credit card debt? If you're carrying a card balance, you may be wrestling with whether to put all your resources into attacking the debt, or start building your retirement nest egg while you slowly pay off debt. To figure out which scenario is better in a given situation, we've done the math for you.

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10 Signs It’s Time to Change Jobs (+2K Views)

Most everyone hopes their current job will lead to bigger and better positions but if, along the way, you experience any one of the ten signs discussed in this article then it's time to look elsewhere for such opportunities. Words: 710

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A Financial Bucket List Of Money Moments

When you think of a bucket list, and mention money, it's easy to start daydreaming about things that cost a fortune. However, you don't have to have your head in the clouds to achieve a bucket list of money moments. Here are 8 of the big ones.

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What Assets Should Be Included In the Assessment of Your Portfolio’s Risk? (+2K Views)

Often when we hear about “investment portfolios” our minds go to stocks, bonds, cash, ETFs and mutual funds. We think about our 401(k) and IRA. In other words, we think about investable assets, and we pretty much stop there but I would argue that there’s more to your portfolio than just the securities in your brokerage account. [Let me explain further with a few examples.] Words: 500

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