How many people looked back in December and actually kept their 2016 resolutions? Very few. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be done. It just means that people need to be more resolute to hit those goals, especially with their wealth goals. Adopt these 6 financial habits of mentally strong people...Read More Here
A couple weeks ago the DOW Jones Industrial Average passed the 20,000 mark for the first time in history. Just days before President Donald Trump takes office. The second fastest rise in the 120 years of the DJIA, the market closed above 19,000 on November 22 and in 42 days, it rose 1000 points....Read More Here
As FAFSA and college application deadlines approach, the cost of higher education is on the minds of many. The amount of student loan debt in America is increasing — as of September, students held $1.4 trillion in debt, up from $961 billion in 2011, according to the Federal Reserve Board. The average borrower graduates with more than $30,000 in student loan debt, and the government recently reported that more than 11% of students were in default by their third year of repayment....Read More Here
Ask millennials to write down a list of their plans, and it’s likely to be chock-full of career accomplishments and vacation experiences. Graduating, getting a great job, getting married, starting a family, buying a home and traveling are likely to be high on the list. Odds are you’ll be on Page 5 or 6 before you get to estate planning.....Read More Here
Working or retiring abroad holds a lot of allure, promising the chance to see new places, interact with different cultures and experience amazing travel opportunities. But if you’re an American citizen, Uncle Sam is going to want a word with you before you take that overseas job offer......Read More Here
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