5 Ways To Make Lasting Financial ChangeJeff Wagner talked with Mike Kojonen with Principal Preservation Services about setting financial goals and more money tips (4:05). WCCO 4 News at 10 -- Sept. 14, 2019
Now Is A Good Time To Consider RefinancingAn estimated 10.2 million Americans can benefit from refinancing their mortgage, according to professionals at First Class Mortgage in Maple Grove.
Married At 26? Parents By 27? Survey Reveals Most Common Milestone GoalsPeople think their "forever home" should be attained by at 37. And retirement should ideally happen at 63.
Costs Of College: What Parents Should Consider While Looking At SchoolsThe Federal Student Loan Rate dropped by half a percentage point on July 1, down to 4.53%.
Survey: Many Parents Fail To Prepare Children For Financial RealitiesA recent study finds that many parents don’t teach their children enough about money or the financial realities of independent living.
Retirement, Loans, Bills: Rosemount Math Class Stresses Real-Life Financial NeedsFrom bills to debt to 401(k) accounts, you might be hard-pressed to find a more engaged pre-calculus class than Dan Bungert's.
Eagle Brook Offers Financial Planning With Bible-Inspired Program With the average household debt in the United States being $137,000, thousands of Minnesotans are using their faith to tackle their financial issues.
Experts Say Short-Term Goals The Key To Saving For RetirementMost people need more than $1 million saved up for retirement, while the average American only has about one-tenth of that in savings.
3 Tips To Pitching Potential Investors With StyleUpon meeting with potential partners for your small business, stick to the topic of business and don’t waste too much time with small talk.
When It Comes to Entrepreneurship, 40 is the New 20. In Fact, It Always WasYour odds of starting a company that experiences scale growth, becoming really profitable, only increase with age.
Take Hidden Costs Into Account When Budgeting For Your BusinessA budget is one of the most powerful financial management tools you can use to meet unplanned expenses, track revenues and monitor spending.
How One Family Followed 4 Steps To Dig Out Of $142K In DebtSurveys show more than half of us are living paycheck to paycheck, but money experts say it's possible to get off the financial ledge.
Money Not Only Motivator: Learn To Barter To Help Gain Resources For Your Small BusinessBartering may be a thing of the past, but with capital resources being less plentiful than before, some businesses are adopting the process.
How To Get Paid On Time, Every TimeNot getting paid on time could cause permanent damage to your company, particularly if you were counting on the payment.
Economic Planning: 5 Ways To Prepare For A DownturnIs your small business protected from even the slightest of downturns? Use these solutions to provide stability to your cash flow.