Target date retirement funds, in particular target date index funds, can be a great set-it-and-forget-it investment option for younger investors or…
Dave Ramsey has helped millions of Americans with debt, which is no easy feat. Over five million have participated in Financial Peace University, and…
Series I savings bonds were first issued by the U.S. Treasury in September of 1998, but have flown under the radar until recently. I bonds were designed…
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The Federal Reserve slashed interest rates to effectively 0% at the beginning of 2020 to combat the sharp drop in demand and sharp rise in unemployment…
You've Got Questions, I've Got Tumblers!So much is going on in the financial world! Inflation rose 5.4% year-over-year in July, AMC will start accepting bitcoin, and Robinhood had a de…
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Aside from meme stocks, financial headlines of the last two years have been dominated by cryptocurrencies and NFTs (non-fungible tokens, which you can…
Tax-free Roth accounts are possibly the most powerful retirement savings vehicle available to most Americans, and they are a fairly recent creation. The…
The S&P 500 had a very good year last year, and not just for returns, but for volatility. The total return of the index last year was 28.83%, and the…
Triple tax advantaged Health Savings Accounts, or HSAs, can be one of your most powerful retirement savings vehicles, but not many Americans know how to…