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Building wealth takes time.

A man whose net worth is approaching $1 million credits most of that wealth to a habit he started a decade ago

J. Money, of Budgets Are Sexy, credits much of his wealth to maxing out retirement savings accounts every year for nearly a decade.
Some millionaires said they lost money trying to manage their own investments.

An early retiree quizzed 100 millionaires about their biggest money mistakes and discovered nearly all of them fell into the same trap

Early retiree John thinks many high-earning people, including himself, often fall into a trap early in their careers that breeds overconfidence.
Some money-market accounts come with debit card and check-writing capabilities.

2 types of savings accounts can help you earn up to 200 times more interest, and either one is a smart place to keep cash

A money-market account is a hybrid savings and checking account, with high interest rates and, sometimes, access to a debit card and checks.
Many Gen Xers who expect to retire before age 75 are behind on their retirement savings.

A wealth manager says Gen Xers should focus on a 2-part strategy to retire on time

Wealth manager Megan Gorman recommends Gen Xers who are falling behind save in a retirement plan and contribute to a health savings account.

7 pieces of homebuying advice you can’t afford to ignore

Heed this advice and you'll avoid some expensive mistakes in the homebuying process.
Once you know the questions to ask, finding the answer is easier than you think.

I’m a financial planner — here are the 5 most important questions about money you should be asking yourself

As a certified financial planner, I've seen how hard it is find answers to your money questions. But it's not as hard as you think.
Deciding when to take Social Security depends on several factors.

Here’s exactly how much more money you get each year you delay taking Social Security

If you take Social Security after your full retirement age of 66 or 67, your monthly benefit will increase by up to 8% each year until age 70.
Brian Face,CFP, CRPC, weighed in on the best way to start saving for retirement.

A financial planner says the best way to save for retirement depends on your answers to 2 questions

The best way to save for retirement isn't necessarily the same for everyone. We spoke with a CFP to get some advice about the best ways to start.
A high-yield savings account is a good place to keep money you might need quickly, but still want to grow.

I’m a former bank manager. Here’s where I told my sister to put her savings in order to earn up to 200 times more.

They put her emergency fund in high-yield savings at an online bank, where earns interest of 2% or more — about 200 times what she'd been earning.
People who identified as middle-class were most likely to say they would save an extra $1,000.

Americans from the working class to the rich would spend an extra $1,000 differently — but they all agree on their lowest priority

A recent INSIDER and Morning Consult survey asked Americans who self-identified with a socio-economic class how they would spend an extra $1,000.