I No Longer Stress About Family Finances. Here’s Why

So life is good. Your family has a comfortable income and a manageable lifestyle to go with it. The kids are healthy and busy with fun activities, and though you occasionally complain about the hectic schedule, you really wouldn’t have it any other way right? But what if you tragically lost it all? Stop the […]

How To Start Investing In Cryptocurrency For Total Beginners – Ashley Rogers

How To Start Investing In Cryptocurrency For Total Beginners You would have to be living under a rock to both not have heard about and developed an interest in cryptocurrency. Crypto is changing how we think about money, transactions, investing, and so much more. And many financial experts predict that this is just the beginning […]

Dear Penny: My Boss Sexually Harassed Me, Then Offered Me Millions – (Robin Hartill, CFP®)

Dear Penny, I have been in a lawsuit against my former boss, who owns the company I was employed at, for sexual harassment and wrongful termination for being fired for reporting it. There was no human resources department. A colleague finally saw a physical incident and provided me with an affidavit and disclosed what he […]

6 Ways to Cope With Lingering Student Loan Debt When You Retire – (Robin Hartill, CFP®)

Student loans aren’t just a young person’s problem. At the end of 2020, borrowers age 50 or older held about 22% of the nation’s $1.6 trillion student debt burden, the AARP reports. Most of the debt held by 50-plus borrowers is the result of the borrower’s education. But many people have student loans because they […]

If You Find This Thrift Shopping, Buy It – Kentin Waits

Iakov Filimonov / Shopping thrift stores, flea markets and estate sales can be overwhelming. With the sheer volume of stuff, how do you know where to start? How do you spot gems amid all the junk? As a professional reseller who has been combing through thrift stores for the better part of 30 years, […]

Will a New Bill Make Investing in ETFs Less Attractive? – Chris Kissell

WAYHOME studio / A Democratic leader in the U.S. Senate has proposed ending a major perk of investing in exchange-traded funds, more commonly known as ETFs. In recent years, many investors have shifted away from mutual funds and toward ETFs because of the latter’s tax efficiency. But Senate Finance Committee Chair Ron Wyden, D-Ore., […]

E-Commerce Business Insurance: Coverage Options and How to Get It – Randa Kriss

To protect your e-commerce business from potential lawsuits, accidents and disasters, you’ll likely need multiple types of business insurance. Most online stores should have general liability insurance and product liability insurance to protect against some of the most common risks e-commerce retailers face, such as customer injury and property damage. In fact, some third-party platforms,… […]

6 Ways Democrats Plan to Change Retirement Account Rules – Brandon Ballenger

Syda Productions / As Congress continues to hammer out the details of the multi-trillion-dollar infrastructure spending package, its potential impact on American retirement plans is coming into focus. While much of the ongoing work on the legislation involves tax provisions that likely won’t affect the typical person in or approaching retirement, certain changes are […]


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