Finances are complicated for some of us. That’s okay, we’ve all been there. Featured today are some real-life financial mistakes that real people have made, that they’ve learned from, that they want you to also learn from so you don’t make the same mistakes. (Or if you’ve made these same mistakes, just know that you’re not the only one!
The Tax Cuts and Job Act of 2017 was one of the biggest changes to the tax law in over 20 years. One of the changes it made in early 2018 was reducing the payroll withholding amounts for employees. That meant a worker would immediately receive bigger tax-home paychecks.
How many of you noticed a bigger paycheck?
Like health care, many of us continue with the same auto insurance policy for years, never bothering to find out whether another insurance carrier could provide better service or save us some money. But there are several reasons why shopping for another auto insurance policy can make sense. Here are just a few:
While it may not seem so, there are a lot of painless ways to save money.
On October 3, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said that “we’re a long way from neutral at this point.” By “neutral,” he meant an interest rate level that is consistent with price stability and has no significant impact on the economy via credit expansion or contraction. Tags:
Over the past few months, investor concerns about rising interest rates, oil prices, tech stocks, trade wars and a variety of other daily “headline issues” have resulted in significant market volatility. Looking ahead, volatility may continue as markets adjust to potentially higher inflation and interest rates. To help frame the current market volatility, we offer the following reminders: