The first step to achieve financial success is to define what exactly financial success means to you.
Spring is here, which means some people are gearing up to make what could be the largest purchase of their lifetime: a home.
A dozen women gathered at Jacksonville City Hall Saturday morning with a similar goal in mind: to learn how to manage their finances.
Millions of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. According to a recent BANKRATE report, nearly six in 10 Americans don’t have enough savings to cover a $500-dollar or $1-thousand dollar emergency expense.
The current financial system has made it difficult for the average earner to afford things outright, so credit has become a natural method of buying items beyond your means, especially in a monetary system that is built around the concept of debt.
When initiating your retirement planning, the major item of concern is usually the expenses that you shall be incurring in your retirement and how you shall be able to keep them low.
Many adults feel a sense of insecurity regarding important decisions that will determine whether retirement is a joy or a burden.
This tax season, whether you’re about to cash a hefty check or you are gearing up to pay back Uncle Sam, all of the number crunching,
Stacy Francis had planned on pursuing work in the arts and humanities — but at 18, she had a frank conversation with her grandmother that inspired her to completely change her career path.
They are investigating thousands of suspect accidents, reporting more fraudulent claims to gardaí and have scaled up special investigation units.