Today's question is about retirement; specifically, how to put aside money for retirement if you're barely making ends meet as it is.
Today's question is about debt; specifically, whether there's any such thing as "good" debt, as in debt that doesn't hurt your ability to achieve your financial goals.
Today's question is about stocks; specifically, whether it's a good idea to take profits when you think the market might drop.
Today's question is about early retirement; specifically, whether the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement is worth joining.
Today's question is about investing in exchange-traded funds, also known as ETFs. ETFs have become one of the most popular ways to invest in stocks, …
Today's question is about income; specifically, how to get income without having to pay those pesky income taxes that so often come with it.
Instead of telling you about investment scams. Stacy tells you how to create your own. Rip-off your fellow citizens, no experience, knowledge or common decency required.
Today's question is about credit; specifically, whether we need to carry a balance on our credit cards to maintain a healthy credit score.
Today's question is about protecting your credit cards; specifically, whether you should use a special sleeve or wallet to keep your plastic from …
One way to get ahead of debt is to borrow in the form of a debt consolidation loan. But before you go down this road, there's something you need to …
Are there any legitimate contests or prizes that require money upfront?
Today's question is about property taxes; specifically, if there's a way to freeze your taxes to keep them from going up, especially if you're a senior.
A reader wants to know if they should sell their house after it increased significantly in value.
A reader wants to know what to do after their new house turned into a money pit.
A reader wants to know how to safely dispose of chipped credit cards without compromising their personal information.
A reader wants to know if the ads they've been seeing for "federal rent checks" are legitimate.
A reader wants to know if gifting money to others will reduce their federal income taxes.
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