When it comes to commodity stock trading, some rules must be followed at all times. To help improve your chances of being a successful trader, here are the most important principles of trading:
Ride out your losses: Always keep your losses in check. […]
Everybody these days is looking for ways to save money, no matter how much they actually make (or don’t make). With that in mind, we put together a list of 7 money hacks that you can start using right away to save money on everything from […]
The days of brick and mortar are long gone. We once used to visit department stores and electronics stores alike, and now we simply logon to our phones or tablets and purchase all of our consumer goods there. The only time we feel the need to leave our homes is for work or vacation. And with the globalization […]
Okay, let’s be honest. A lot of the tips and tricks you see it online these days about saving money don’t save you all that much money. Even worse, many of them are boring, hard to do or just plain dumb.
Most of us start out our young adult lives completely oblivious to how much money we’re going to need once we hit retirement. That’s an unfortunate fact because, let’s be honest, that time simply flies by.
As someone just over 50 years old, I have a lot of 20/20 hindsight and knowledge that I would […]
Don’t let this happen to you. During a discussion of the retirement savings options available to the employees of T. Rowe Price, a woman at the back started knocking on the table in front of her, asking to be heard by her fellow employees. She shared to her mostly newly graduate colleagues that after she […]
Welcome back for the final part of our 3 part blog series on significant tax deductions that many consumers often overlook or forget. In parts 1 and 2 we shared a lot of excellent deductions that, unfortunately, the average taxpayer either doesn’t know about or simply forgets at tax time. In today’s final part […]
Hello and welcome back to Part 2 of our 3 Part blog series on significant tax deductions that many people often forget. In Part 1 we talked about different deductions that are often overlooked and why that’s not a good thing to do, especially considering the
Are you drowning in debt and receiving really attractive offers in the mail that leave you thinking – is this too good to be true? Can a loan consolidation really be the best option for you? For many Americans, it not only is the best option, it is the only one that makes sense.
A few years back, the gentleman who was running the IRS spoke do Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine and said that, when it came to paying taxes, millions of taxpayers overpaid their taxes every year by overlooking one or more of the money-saving […]