You have options when deciding what to do with a 401(k) from a former employer. You can do a rollover into a new employer’s plan, convert to a Roth IRA, or cash out (but don’t cash out if you can avoid it).
To have more confidence about becoming your own boss, gain a better understanding of 3 things: 1) health insurance, 2) managing your finances, and 3) retirement saving.
When you are quoted an APR, dig deeper. Find out how and when the rate is applied, and whether there are other fees and charges.
Financial success isn’t just about being a tightwad and not spending on anything. It’s about intentionality, which is spending on the right things.
Just starting to get your finances in order? Here are the basics: (1) Purpose (2) Specificity, and (3) Guidance. Plus, we cover 3 things you DON’T need as well.
Amidst life’s obligations, how can you figure out what you really want? Imagine you just received $5 million dollars, that’s how!