Twelve of the most well-known and respected names in finance and entrepreneurship have shared their advice for finding financial success next year. Read on for their best tips.
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Navigating the holiday-tipping process can be awkward; not everyone should receive a holiday tip and not all services are created equal.
As technology advances and criminals get more creative with identity theft practices, new waves of holiday scams are cropping up that can compromise the good cheer of the season.
You’ve scrimped and sacrificed and stretched every dollar to put some of your hard-earned money aside in a savings account. But, don’t get too comfortable or you could find yourself blowing it all. Here are five of the worst possible things you can do with your savings.
Data breaches had a ton of media attention in 2014, and with good reason: 43 percent of companies have experienced a data breach in the last year. That number is up 10 percent from the year before and it’s only expected to rise, according to a report from the Ponemon Institute.
During periods of economic uncertainty, financial markets are often characterized by wide swings in market value. So, how does one cope with constant market volatility?
You may not realize it, but the actions you take now can greatly impact your sense of financial security down the road. Many Americans inadvertently minimize their future net worth by focusing only on the short-term.
Criminals stole personal information from tens of millions of Americans in data breaches this past year. Of those affected, one in three may become victims of identity theft, according to research firm Javelin.
According to a report from the Bureau of Labor statistics, the average American spends nearly 5 percent of his income on entertainment. Finding a way to reduce entertainment costs while taking up inexpensive or free hobbies can improve your quality of life — as well as your checking account balance.
So what does Dave Ramsey think is the No. 1 thing you should do in 2015? His advice is simple.
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