The general sentiment surrounding CDs is that they are investments for risk-adverse retirees. Even if you are a long way from retirement, CDs have some peculiarities that make them worth taking a look at.
January, the month when retailers slash their prices, is almost over. That doesn’t mean it’s too late to get great deals in the stores though. If you still have money left over after the holiday shopping season, here are some ways to save big on your purchases.
The life of a homemaker includes endless demands and lists of “to-dos,” not to mention the long work hours that often go way beyond the standard nine to five workday. If being a homemaker were a salaried position, how much would it pay?
There is a growing population of folks who don’t have a relationship with a mainstream lender. Meaning, no checking or savings account and no credit cards. This also means so prospects for loans. While this might sounds like bliss to some, the loan alternatives can be costly.
The amount wagered on the Super Bowl is the equivalent of a massive industry and most of the money goes untaxed. View this infographic to take a look at the numbers, as well as some very strange bets that get placed on the big game.
“The Legacy Project,” a survey or more than 1.200 elderly Americans, reveals the best practical financial advice they have learned throughout the decades. Here are five money lessons that we can learn from grandma and grandpa.