While welcoming a new member of the family is a happy, exciting time, the costs of the first year alone can leave new parents surprised, not to mention broke. And if both mom and dad are working, child care is not a luxury; it is a complete necessity.
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I’m in my mid-50s and I’m preparing to retire sometime down the line. I’m wondering if I should refinance my mortgage as part of my retirement planning. Is that a good idea?
Your primary reason for attending college is to jumpstart your career, of course. But, did you know there are many other things you can do now to help secure your future?
Nothing beats the excitement and novelty of your very first real job. With your long-awaited degree in hand, the world is at your fingertips! You can do it all – and you will. But first, you need to land that perfect job. For that to happen, you'll need to get through an interview looking poised, polished and professional.
Warren says: "It's far better to buy a wonderful company at a fair price than a fair company at a wonderful price." Identifying the high-quality businesses from the sea of opportunities on Wall Street can be challenging. But that is exactly what Warren Buffett advises every investor to do.
Moonlighting is the new normal. It seems like everyone has a side hustle or a personal project they hope to someday turn into a business. While this money-making ambition is good for the pocketbook, it can be a little tricky come tax time.
The world of investing is vast and complex. You may be tempted to try your hand at an investment or business you don't fully understand with the rationale that you don't really need to know what's going on to make money from it. Warren Buffett says otherwise.
Searching for a new job in 2018? Staffing firm Accountemps is offering these tips:
Take stock of your successes. List your accomplishments to help you update your resume and prepare for interviews…
A good job candidate comes to each interview prepared to answer the standard questions he/she is likely to get asked. But what should the candidate be curious about?
People starting out in their careers often focus on the here and now while ignoring the future when it comes to finances. As you climb the ladder of success, you tend to think that the raises and promotions will endlessly continue. It can seem like you have forever to plan for the future.