I would argue that most people have only tapped into three of these seven: earned income, dividends, and interest. Here’s how you can get the most out of all seven…
The Rich Life Roadmap
This post Why It’s Dangerous to Contribute too Early to Your 401(k) appeared first on Daily Reckoning.
Does your employer offer a 401(k) plan? And do they match any of your contributions? If so, they might only match up to that percentage on each of your checks, and not on how that check amount relates to your total annual salary.
The post Why It’s Dangerous to Contribute too Early to Your 401(k) appeared first on Daily Reckoning.
1 out of 4 college grads are overqualified for their jobs, there are more contract workers than ever with no job security, and an army of part-time workers desperate for full-time jobs. It’s no wonder almost 80% of Americans say they live paycheck to paycheck. Here’s a 5 step plan to break you free from this cycle.
Back in December, there was an issue where I told you about a surfing accident sent me to the hospital for a weekend. And I said my own experience demonstrated how important it is to fully understand the type of insurance you have before an unexpected event sends you to the ER.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ 2016 Consumer Expenditure Survey, the average household spends $7,203 annually on food. The survey breaks this number down even further to include food at home, $4,049, and food away from home, $3,154.
This post There are Billions to Be Claimed… Is Any of It Yours? appeared first on Daily Reckoning.
When a rightful owner cannot be located after a year or longer, funds are turned over to the government. But if you’re willing to do some legwork, you can search for unclaimed assets on your own. And in most cases, the state will return them to you at little or no cost.
The post There are Billions to Be Claimed… Is Any of It Yours? appeared first on Daily Reckoning.
Although layoffs can be emotional, a pink slip should be a call to action — to get your finances in order, including spending, savings, health insurance, and credit. Here are 12 steps I recommend you take immediately after you lose your job to keep your financial house in order.
A lot of people dream of retiring to warm states like Florida or Arizona, where they can spend their days golfing, fishing or hiking along the beach. But those dreams can quickly turn ugly if you’re not careful.
If you can’t figure out how to slash the costs of your child’s education, you’re going to get crushed. Lucky for you, I’ve been doing some research on this and found three ways I believe you can significantly lower the costs of getting your child a post-secondary education