There’s no one right answer to the question, “should you rent or buy?”
How Much College Debt Is Too Much?
Focusing on returns isn’t necessarily a sound investment strategy — and it could be part of what leads average investors to perform so poorly.
It’s not that bad stuff happens more. It’s just that you hear more about it than you ever did in the past.
Most of us have something that we absolutely love to do. But life often gets in the way of that passion.
Yes, it sounds harsh. But this is an important financial reality to understand: you should prioritize your retirement savings over saving for your kids’ college expenses.
It’s well worth understanding how to make the most of your vacations, you’re better off saving your money for trips, experiences, and various destinations — not a second home.
Trying to cut back on your spending gets tedious when you focus on minute details. Yes, it’s important to track every dollar — but to feel anxious about spending on small purchases that you value because you’re trying to save more and spend less?
No one can guarantee when the markets will go up or down. Lots of talking heads and so-called “experts” like to claim they know when factors like news items or current events will impact how the stock market behaves, but it’s all guesswork.
Is buying investment property a wise idea? Is it the best way to build wealth? Is rental property really ‘risk averse’?