Planning for your retirement can feel like a daunting task, especially if your retirement is 30 or 40 years away. One way that you can make properly preparing for your retirement feel like an achievable goal is to streamline your retirement savings. Check out a few things you can do to simplify your retirement savings strategy. Roll Over Your Old 401(k)s into a Single Account Most individuals do not stay at the same job for the duration of their careers.
18 March 2018
If your teen is about to enter high school, now's the time to start teaching them about investments. The old days of simply sticking money in a savings account and waiting for it to collect interest are long-gone. While basic savings accounts are still a good thing to have, they're not the type of investments you're teen will need to secure a successful life later on. Here are four steps you can take to help get your teen started on the path to a successful financial future.
6 December 2017
Filing for a chapter 7 bankruptcy can be expensive. It comes as no surprise that thousands of people around the country are stuck in the situation of needing to file for a bankruptcy, but lack the funds to hire an attorney. If you're wondering if you need a chapter 7 attorney to file for bankruptcy, you're about to discover if you can undertake this process by yourself or if you should hire a chapter 7 attorney.
17 October 2017
A new business brings along with it many things to take care of, perhaps none so important as your cash flow and tax burden. If this is your first year as a self-employed person, you could be afraid that tax season will be troublesome and expensive, but it need not be with these tips. Open Checking Account Like many new entrepreneurs, your business costs are handled with money stored in personal banking accounts you may also use for rent, clothing, food and similar personal items.
2 September 2017