42 Percent Of Americans At Risk Of Retiring Broke, Survey FindsAccording to personal finance website GoBankingRates.com, 42 percent of Americans polled said they have less than $10,000 saved for their eventual retirement.
How To Start A Rainy Day Fund For Your Small BusinessHaving money in the bank for emergencies can alleviate much stress for entrepreneurs, especially when needed.
Amid Slow Growth & Student Loans, Millennials Urged To SaveIt's expensive being a millennial. A new stock market projection by Wall Street analysts shows a 4 percent gain for 2017. According to Bespoke Investment Group, that’s the lowest annual gain since 2005.
Good Question: How Much Should We Save For Emergencies?A study by bankrate.com found 63 percent of people couldn't come up $500 to cover it from their savings. So, how much should we set aside for emergencies? Good Question.
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Minnesota Nets Extra $650M In Health Care SavingsState officials say they've saved nearly $650 million by tweaking its subsidized health care programs.
Study: Roughly Half Of Americans Not Saving EnoughA new survey reveals many Americans aren't doing a good job when it comes to saving their income. According to <a href="http://www.bankrate.com/" target="_blank">Bankrate.com</a>, roughly half of all Americans save 5 percent or less of their incomes.
New For 2014: The Best Apps For Holiday Shopping DealsUse your smartphone to truly maximize your holiday shopping. From coupon finders to shopping lists, these apps have everything you need to get the best savings.
'2 Broke Girls' Guide To Living On A Budget"2 Broke Girls" returns for its fifth season, and the girls have a few tips on how to live just like them.
Good Question: How Much Should We Be Saving? A new study finds we're not saving nearly as much as we should or could. Interest.com looked at typical household spending in the Twin Cities and subtracted it from the area’s media after-tax income.
Good Question: How Can You Get The Best Financial Aid Package?Seven in 10 college seniors have some sort of student debt. With the cost of a four-year college averaging between $22,000 and $30,000 a year, loans are the only way for most families to afford it.
5 Tax-Deductible Items You May Have MissedWho doesn't want to save a little (or a lot of) extra money at tax time? Claiming all the deductions for which you are eligible can significantly reduce your tax bill.