We’re not big fans of condos, but if you’ve been considering investing in a condo and want to know more about how condos work, the value of your purchase, and the pros and cons of condos, read our easy guide.
Special thanks to Ben Meadows, Financial Advisor that took the time to put together this widely popular, and informative downloadable eBook on the 7 most popular Employer-Sponsored Retirement Plans.
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Quicken, the very popular personal finance software, has changed hands from Intuit to H.I.G. Capital, in a move that is very likely not to have any impact on day to day users.
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Stock screeners are online tools that make the process of discovering new stock investments easier. We’ve researched, tested, and ranked the best free stock screeners of 2020.
Most investors have heard of the stock market, and may even have tried their hand at investing. But far fewer actually buy stocks online. Here’s exactly how to buy stocks online for free.
Rent to own is a fairly new home buying option that eliminates the need for a down payment. But does it work? This article explains how the rent to own option works and highlights the basic pros and cons.
Yes you can legally pay no income tax! Learn the steps to paying every cent of your income to charity. It’s easier than you think.
Analynn, my wife, makes full use of Personal Capital. In this article, we compare Personal Capital vs. Quicken and reveal why Analynn prefers Personal Capital for budgeting.
With the rapid ascension of robo advisors similar to the rise of Amazon and other online retailers, is it worthwhile to invest in robo advisors?