Tools like spreadsheets and budgeting apps can help you get better at saving money. But you might need to look beyond hard numbers to get a full financial picture.
It’s a tale as old as time – you want to save money, but just can’t resist an impulse purchase in the moment even though you know it’s probably not a wise financial decision.
WHEN IT COMES TO paying family and friends, people overwhelmingly prefer to use cash apps, according to a survey of 1,000 Americans by SMS marketing platform SimpleTexting.
Our guest on the podcast today is financial advisor and author Tim Maurer, the director of advisor development for Buckingham Wealth Partners.
Need help figuring out your budget, projecting future earnings or saving for a rainy day? There’s an app for that. More than 200, actually, available for iOS or Android.
The stock market may crash. It might also see massive growth.
On Saturday, President Trump signed a “Memorandum on Continued Student Loan Payment Relief During the COVID-19 Pandemic”, which instructs the Secretary of Education to provide deferments and a waiver of interest on eligible student loans until Dec