College acceptance letters are arriving now – and with them the financial aid offers that can make or break a college dream. Read It Here
Once upon a time, the United States was the wealthiest and most generous nation in the world — rebuilding countries after wars, supplying aid in natural disasters, and supporting allies and emerging democracies. We did all this and also built roads and airports at home. We are still the wealthiest and most generous nation in..
The investment industry is in the midst of a price war that will cut costs for everyone from individual investors to sophisticated hedge fund participants. That’s great news for investors. Read It Here
You would think Americans had learned their lesson about borrowing, but debt levels are creeping up again. That isn’t a worry when the economy is strong, unemployment is down and confidence is high. But if — and when — the next recession occurs, the consequences could be even more devastating than the last go-round. This..
Americans now owe more on student loan debt than on credit card debt. And they’re getting smarter about dealing with that debt to save a fortune in interest over the life of the loan. Read It Here
The Fiduciary Rule won't go into effect in April as scheduled. That opens the door for high-pressure salespeople to peddle inappropriate and cost-heavy products that could devastate your retirement account as you roll that hard-earned money from a company plan into an IRA. Read It Here