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Many Americans feel investing is too risky.

Even the Americans sitting on piles of cash aren’t using it correctly to build wealth

The average American is holding too much cash in savings, and it's keeping them from building wealth. You should instead invest your excess savings in the stock market for the best returns, NerdWallet's investing and retirement expert recommends.
How much money you need to save for a Florida retirement depends on what city you settle in.

Florida is one of the best places to retire in America — here’s exactly how much it costs for a dream retirement in the Sunshine State

Dreaming of a Florida retirement? We talked to a certified financial planner based in Florida to find out just how much money you need have saved in your portfolio and bring home from Social Security to make your retirement dreams come true.
You should start saving money as soon as possible.

All your embarrassing questions about saving money, answered

Not everyone is taught about managing money in school, but it's one of the most important things to master as an adult.We answer six common questions about saving money, like when you should start saving money and how much.
Ally Bank was rated best bank for millennials and best online bank by Kiplinger.

The best bank for millennials doesn’t even have a brick-and-mortar

Ally Bank, which is online only, was rated the best bank for millennials by Kiplinger. With no monthly maintenance fees, no minimum balances, and competitive APYs, it offers benefits that some traditional banks lack.

These 8 simple rules are the Sparknotes version of everything you need to know about personal finance

These basic rules from personal finance expert Beth Kobliner are enough to get your finances in healthy shape without any heavy lifting.
Dinah Chutz saved $14,000 before she left home and work for a mini-retirement.

A 24-year-old who’s traveling the world says her ‘mini-retirement’ is more productive than a corporate job

After saving $14,000, Dinah Chutz left her job and her home in the US for New Zealand, where she began traveling for at least a year on what she calls a "mini-retirement." She says she's more productive now — here's why.

These 22 sketches make complicated financial concepts simple enough to fit on a napkin

Napkin Finance aims to break down complicated financial concepts through text, video, and illustrations. It covers topics like insurance, stocks, debt, student loans, crowdfunding, estate planning, and even bitcoin. Here are some of its best illustrations.

A 27-year-old saved over $80,000 in 3 years while living in a major city — and now he’s on a ‘mini-retirement’ traveling the w...

Instead of an early retirement, Kyle Stimpson opted to take a mini-retirement, taking time off work to travel for at least six months. To fund his mini-retirement, he saved 30% to 40% of his income for three years. Here's how he did it.

This chart should convince every teen to start saving for retirement

Start putting money in a Roth IRA at age 15 rather than 25 and you could wind up with twice the amount of money come retirement. Plus, the money you contribute to a Roth IRA grows tax free.
Millennials are relying on their parents more for money and a place to live.

More than half of 20-somethings still count on money from their parents to pay their bills

The newest Country Financial Security Index highlights the ongoing financial struggles millennials are facing — more than half of Americans aged 21 to 27 have received financial assistance from a parent, guardian, or family member, in the last year and 35% still live at home.