Along with financing current living expenses, taxes, insurance and staying current on loan payments, the household budget needs to allocate funds to investing for future life goals.
In case of financial emergency, do you break into your retirement savings? Many people do.
Investing is for the intermediate to long-term financial goals, like investing for a young child’s college education or meeting your income needs in retirement, especially for those who are in the early to middle years of their career.
This three-step plan will help you refill your depleted emergency savings.
How much should you keep in your emergency fund? Here are three suggestions.
How much should you save in your emergency fund?
Here are some emergency savings tips to make sure you’re covered on a rainy day.
Savings accounts are still the best way to save for rainy day, but all accounts aren’t equal.
Here are five smart ways to put your tax refund to work.
Regularly putting some money aside into savings is crucial during these tough times.