Google’s latest employee perk to attract talent is help with student loans. Starting in 2021, Google will match up to $2,500 per full-time employee per year toward their student loan payments, John Casey, Google’s director of Global Benefits told...
If you’re like many entrepreneurs, you likely used your own finances to start your business and didn’t bother to open a separate bank account. However, whether you started your business as a side hustle, wanted to test out a business idea, or...
Let’s talk about generational wealth. When you hear that term, you might picture “old money” or a huge fortune that gets passed down through the family line and think, But my family never had that kind of money. How could I ever build that...
There are a lot of reasons to start taking Social Security long before you turn 70, but the best reason, without a doubt, is time. The average life expectancy of a person in the United States is 78.6 years. Obviously, few of...
People usually fall into one of two camps when it comes to starting Social Security. Either they're signing up the second they blow out the candles on their 62nd birthday cake or they're patiently waiting until they turn 70 when they qualify...
For most people, thinking about retirement isn’t all about peaceful white sand beaches and flip flops. In fact, retirement planning is the number one source of financial stress for the majority of Americans, according to research by Charles Schwab. Here’s how to...
No matter your age or income level, your goal should be to pay the IRS as little tax as possible. And the choices you make with regard to retirement savings could have a huge impact in that regard. In fact, many workers...
A recent survey by Magnify Money and Lendingtree shows three out of ten Americans have dipped into their retirement savings accounts in the last two months. The survey also says those who took money from their retirement accounts spent that money on...
The stock market has always been subject to volatility, but this year has been a particularly wild ride. After closing out one of its worst quarters in history earlier this year, the market made a remarkable recovery and experienced record highs just...
Opening a bank account or applying for a new credit card are smart financial moves to make. A checking and/or savings account both keep your money safe and secure until you’re ready to use it, and a credit card helps you build a credit history so...
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