Not every education expense can be covered by a 529 Plan. Make sure you account for non-qualified education expenses in your college planning.
Author: Emily Jividen
My investments can be a lot like my experiences with yoga. I have my preferred asset allocation, but life and market returns have a way of throwing that allocation out of balance. Then it’s time to breathe deeply and rebalance my portfolio.
As we move into September and have 6 weeks of blogging behind us, time to regroup and become better bloggers. Here's our plans for the next few months.
As part of our continuing series on company financial statements, we turn to the income statement. If you want to invest in individual stocks, you need to understand the income statement to examine the company's income, expenses and earnings.
Take our estate plan checkup to see where you might need to make some adjustments or changes to get your affairs in order. And if you don't have an estate plan, or you know that you haven't done all that you should have done, take our estate plan checkup to see some suggestions for you to …
In our ongoing college savings series, we explore using a Roth IRA as a college savings plan. This may be attractive if you are afraid your student isn't going to choose a traditional college education, but there are a lot of factors you need to know before pursuing the Roth IRA strategy.
Mindful spending starts with the question "Need or Want?" After packing meals for Stop Hunger Now, I'm reevaluating how I answer that question.
How Frugal are you? Take our Frugality Quiz to find out whether you are a saver or a spender!
As part of our continuing series on financial statements, we've turned to the balance sheet.