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To avoid losing money, there can be a temptation to invest conservatively. While it may seem practical, being overly conservative comes with consequences.
One of the leading indicators of financial fitness is net worth. It’s possible to have a positive or negative net worth, and the higher the number to the positive side of the ledger, the better.
For anyone who needs a helping hand in the personal finance department this year, here are 5 apps that can steer you in the right direction.
For many individuals, holiday spending can get out of control if they don’t incorporate gifts into their existing budget.
As we dive deeper into the digital age, accessing our bank accounts and other financial data online becomes more of a necessity than a privilege. While online banking is more convenient, it also exposes us to greater identity theft risks.
For many, investing excess cash is a worthwhile venture. Luckily, there are effective strategies to invest money in a prudent manner without spending a lot of time doing so.
Earning more money isn’t a bad thing, but it can lead to “lifestyle inflation.” This is the idea that you’re bound to spend more money if you make more money.
If you have medical expenses or a car repair, the emergency fund can be a buffer, preventing you from falling behind on other payments because of one big bill. Here’s what you’ll need to know about emergency funds.