7 Steps to Financial Fitness
Achieving financial fitness requires discipline and determination over the long term, just like running a marathon. As with any type of training, becoming financially fit requires learning the principles and best practices that others have used to achieve their financial objectives.
Why a January Market Correction Might be Good
Market corrections happen about once every 19 months – and we’re at 19.
Post Holiday Budget Recovery
Here are some tips to get your holiday debt paid off and avoiding debt next year.
Benefits of Setting Financial Goals
Here are 5 ways setting financial goals benefits you and your budget.
IRS Makes Contribution Limit Changes for 2022
The Internal Revenue Service announced that the amount individuals can contribute to their 401(k) plans in 2022 has increased to $20,500, up from $19,500 for 2021 and 2020.
Can We Expect the January Effect to be Effective?
The January Effect was first noticed by investment banker Sidney Wachtel in 1942 and the theory proposes that a pattern existed in the price of stocks in the last few trading days of December and the first few weeks of January.
Holiday Savings with MarinePerks
Whether you plan to do most of your shopping online or in stores this year, there are lots of ways that you can save money and earn cash back with a MarinePerks membership.
Holiday Shopping Safety Tips
Here are 4 tips to keep you safe as you do your online holiday shopping.
Five Common Misconceptions About Retirement
When you plan for retirement, an exciting new phase
of life, double-check your expectations. They may not
match the reality
Selling Stocks Before Cap Gains Taxes Go Up?
Are you thinking about bailing out of stocks before year-end while the capital gains rate is low? Before you hit the sell button, think it over carefully