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Finding cheaper housing can help you save more with little effort, as can setting up automatic savings.
CalSavers requires employers in California without a company-sponsored retirement plan to offer employees an individual retirement account, or IRA.
A 30-year-old who’s saving half her income says kicking 2 daily habits helped her bank an extra $1,000 a month
Angela Rozmyn and her husband plan to retire by 45. Cutting out work lunches and frequent trips to the market have been key to saving more money.
I’m convinced a mistaken belief that keeps people from building wealth can be dismantled with 5 minutes of simple math
Ramit Sethi, author of "I Will Teach You to Be Rich," says people get intimidated out of pursuing big goals because they're just too far out of reach.
Millennials often "treat" themselves, according to a Fidelity Investments report, but it doesn't mean millennials are bad with money.
I’ve helped thousands of people start their own businesses, and I’ve found that everyone who makes money has the same thing in common
The most successful startups solve problems, says Ramit Sethi. The skills you already have could help you start your own business.
A 100-year-old retired airline pilot with $5 million in the bank used a timeless tip to build his fortune
Orville Rogers is enjoying 40 years of retirement with a nest egg of $5 million because he started saving early.
Investing always involves a bit of risk — but it can feel especially risky if you're new to investing. Investment is often based on trust and research, but that doesn't make an investor immune to investment fraud. Here are the red flags you should be watching out for.
It is getting harder to retire with only $1 million saved up. Ten years ago, $1 million had the same buying power of just under $1.2 million. SmartAsset calculated the average cost of living for retirees to see how many years $1 million would last in major cities.
Because they came of age during the Great Recession, millennials are dealing with a number of financial problems: student loan debt, inflating living costs, unexpected expenses, and needing to save more for retirement.