Once again it’s the time of year when the IRS announces changes to the Roth IRA contribution and income limits. So what’s in store for 2015 for Roth IRA?
When you first start out investing as a college graduate, or when you’ve finally been able to get rid of your debt, it can be daunting to know where to put your money, and what you should invest in. What will give your money the best returns? What investments are lower risk, while still giving […]
Statistics showing the average retirement savings by age are sobering. Studies have shown that people are becoming less likely to save for retirement.
Rebalance IRA is a retirement portfolio investment service available at a fraction of the standard industry cost. You’ll get better results, and pay less to boot.
There are a lot of 529 education savings plans available these days. Which ones are the best? Which give the lowest fees, best investments and management?
Most people want to leave money for their family. If they don’t update their retirement account beneficiary forms, their heirs may be left with nothing.
FeeX calls themselves the “Robin Hood of Fees”, and their goal is to help people avoid the “tyrrany of unfair fees” in their investments. Here’s a review.
Today I thought I would give a list of the top 5 banks and investing companies that I actually use and have accounts with.
If you want to improve your finances for your future, now is a good time to start saving for retirement. Here are 4 reasons to start saving now.
Prosper is one of the biggest peer to peer lending sites today. Are they worth checking out to diversify your investments? Here’s a review.
The Bible has a myriad of verses that can give us wisdom about saving and growing our money. Here are 30 bible verses that can teach us about investing.
I‘ve been investing in Lending Club for several years now, and over the years I’ve seen my returns go up and down. Despite a few defaults I’ve never really seen my returns dip below 9-10%. Those kind of returns are nothing to sneeze at. Lending Club has gone from the new kid on the block […]
I‘ve been writing about Lending Club for quite some time now, but usually from the viewpoint of an investor. I’ve invested in 100+ loans over the last two years, and thus far I’ve been extremely happy with the experience. I’ve been pretty careful about the loans that I invest in, and I think because I’ve […]
Even if you can’t save as much as you want for retirement because of debt or other hindrances, saving something is better than saving nothing.