Farnoosh Torabi, the host of the So Money podcast, introduces you to a couple who will inspire you to rev up your retirement savings.
If they've been targeted by scammers, report it to the FTC, their state attorney general and state consumer protection office.
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As "Pomp and Circumstance" plays on graduation day, you'll probably reflect on how much you learned in the classroom and the successful career college has prepared you for. But chances are your school didn't include real-world financial tips for new grads as part of its curriculum.
We're nearly halfway through 2015, which means it's time to stop putting off your plans to improve your finances this year. But it's one thing to know you want to fix your financial situation, and another to take action. Where should you start? Here's a suggestion: Dave Ramsey.
If you have graduated college or university with student loans, the best gift you can give your student loan cosigner is to let them off the hook.
These days, having $1 million to your name is nowhere near as impressive as it used to be. And yet, putting away $1 million in a savings account is a major goal that requires a solid plan of attack to reach.
Student loans can be a minefield. Many graduates put off refinancing their student loans simply because they don't understand the process.
Acquiring student loan debt can be an intimidating, confusing process; however, in today's educational environment, it's often a necessity in order to finance a college education. With proper advance knowledge and research, student loans are a worthwhile option.
At ages 34 and 28 respectively, Dan and Jillian Boss Christofferson have been on this Earth for fewer years than some of
Wouldn't it be great to have a Certified Financial Planner™ for a best friend? Just think of all the advice you could get about how you might stay on track financially -- and how to make your money work harder for you.