You probably won’t find a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow on St. Patrick’s Day, but it’s still a lot easier on the pocketbook than most other holidays.
In the movies, people trying to keep the authorities from noticing $1 million will put it into a suitcase, all of it in paper bills of the same denomination — yet the characters always make it look like it weighs a lot less than it actually does.
Here’s an excerpt from the latest edition of Investing in Your 20s and 30s for Dummies, by Eric Tyson, the author of 18 different personal finance books.
If you’re looking to make your financial life a bit easier and more convenient, it can help to have information on hand at the click of a smartphone. Here are seven killer apps for your finances, recommended by Eric Tyson, author of Personal Finance in Your 20s & 30s For Dummies and 17 other books published by Wiley.
Student loan defaults could crescendo into the next economic meltdown — but would forgiving them really solve the problem?
A half dozen althletes competing in the 2018 winter Olympics already have wealth from endorsements they signed following previous games. The richest and most famous of them all is the snowboarder known as The Flying Tomato. Shaun White’s net worth is $40 million.
Good news for the java set: You can drink your coffee and not get cancer too. Unless you drink a ridiculous amount of it, in which case you should cut back a bit.
Bitcoin losses can actually work in your favor — you can write them off on your next tax return.
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Surely you’ve noticed a spike in advertisements for emergency supplies — they’ve enjoyed a booming business thanks to the twin forces of climate change and geopolitical tensions.