Personal Finance from Forbes.com

  • Vanguard's Chief Economist Weighs In On America's Debt
    The United States economy is attempting to recover from one of its worst downturns in modern history. Our national debt is at record levels and GDP continues to be weak. Is the U.S. debt to blame?
  • The Final Rose: Where Will ABC's Bachelorette Andi Dorfman Settle Down?
    The men have ‘told all,’ and now The Bachelorette, Andi Dorfman, is just a week away from handing out the final rose.  Will she choose Nick Viall, a 33-year-old software sales executive from Chicago, or Josh Murray, a 29-year-old former professional baseball player from Dorfman’s hometown of Atlanta?
  • Understanding Bond Fund Yield Statistics
    To understand bond fund yields, one has to make note of the shortcomings of bond fund distribution yields, and fully comprehend the 30-day SEC yield and its disadvantages.
  • What To Buy When The Market is High: Part II
    What to Buy When the Market is High – Part II
  • Take A Bite Out Of The Big Apple For Less Than $10
    Whether you are visiting for a few days or are born-and-bred, it can seem as if everything in the Big Apple is expensive. However, sightseeing in New York doesn’t have to be. In fact, it probably shouldn’t be.
  • Are You Paying Yourself First? The Money Habit That Can Boost Wealth
    Before you do anything else with your paycheck, you should prioritize this money to-do. So why do many of us pay ourselves last?
  • Failure To Withhold Does Not Excuse Failure To Pay
    Although it is somewhat irrational, I really liked being subject to withholding.  Back in the days when money actually earned interest, it was silly and unsophisticated.  Still, it made me feel good and probably worked out for my financial well being in the long run.  It is a lot easier to do something intelligent with a large refund check than a few extra dollars in periodic take home pay.  (I used my refunds and any other random money I received to make principal payments on my home mortgage.)  So I can sympathize with David Iannuccillo who was recently before the Massachusetts Appeals Court. (Sorry no free link to decision, but here is a free link to the original decision being appealed.)
  • Tips For Successful Real Estate Investing From HGTV's Scott McGillivray
    Through his TV shows, books and wealth building network, Scott McGillivray is showing people how to use real estate to make extra money, grow their wealth, and retire with more income.
  • The Tough Conversation Parents Must Have Before Paying For College
    Parents need to have a tough conversation with their student about the return on investment in education, the costs of college, and what their student wants to do after graduation.
  • The 3 Keys to Surviving Major Life Transitions
    You might think that the most important work a financial advisor can do is related to allocating a client’s investment portfolio, or perhaps helping secure a timely insurance policy or drafting the optimal estate plan. In fact, their most important work is done when clients are in the midst of navigating life’s major transitions.

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