On Monday the countdown began - four days until Friday, three days, and so on. At the age of 27, being this unfulfilled was no way to live and so I did what they tell you never to do. I quit. And here's why.
It's time to hop back in and investing there. We've rounded up the best investment advice from the people you should trust most -- renowned expert investors from Warren Buffett to Carl Icahn who have made millions (some, billions) by investing.
While you relax in the sun by the pool this summer, make the most of your free time by checking out 25 of the hottest, newest and best-selling personal finance books. Learn how to catapult yourself to success and better manage your funds.
Are your personal finances a highly-organized, well-oiled machine? Or is there a lot of room for improvement? The answer to that question is more important than you might think, especially during tax time.
According to an Edison Research study, the percentage of total podcast users grew 163 percent between 2006 and 2012; in 2014, there was a 25 percent uptick in Americans age 12 and up who had listened to a podcast in the last month, totaling 39 million Americans.
If you're interested in finance, trying to crack the secret of Warren Buffett's success is as entertaining as it is maddening -- an enticing Rubik's cube for anyone looking to get rich.
As an expert in investing, as well as business and personal development, we asked Robert what the No. 1 thing is that Americans can do to set themselves up for financial success in 2015. Here was his response:
We asked personal finance experts and frugal living bloggers to share the best purchases they made for $20 or less. Your faith in the value of a buck (or 20) might be restored -- and you might walk away knowing the next thing you want to buy.
There's no shortage of advice in the world, especially when it comes to personal finance. An entire community of bloggers, authors and self-help gurus exist to guide the average person through the murky waters of money management. It's rare, however, to catch a glimpse in to their personal financial lives.
Men are often viewed as the breadwinners and household money managers, but not many people can say their dad is a bona fide personal finance expert. Rachel Cruze, however, is one of the few people who can.
Think about your relationship with money today -- whether good or bad -- and how your parents influenced the way you manage your finances now. Most likely, your mother played a big role in shaping your attitude toward money.
The First Lady of Personal Finance, Suze Orman smacked down charlatan Robert Kiyosaki, who rose to fame with "Rich Dad, Poor
The proposal that the government invest in "small businesses" is misguided. It is firms that are over 25 years old -- not start-ups -- that have historically created the most net jobs.