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How to Build Your Credit After Divorce

A little planning can make the process go much more smoothly.<p>Divorce is stressful for everyone, but it's especially so if you've never established an …

Personal Finance

Solutions for Having Too Much Month at the End of Your Money

Payday is great. Your checking account is full, and you finally have money to restock your shelves, buy the shoes you’ve been wanting and maybe go …

Personal Finance

This is the morning ritual that will make you happy: 4 secrets from stoicism

Sometimes life sucks. Bad. Really bad. And you feel like you want a refund.<p>But, of course, we need to accept that Life Avenue is going to have its …

The Definitive Guide on How to Manage Your Money

Take control of your money before it takes control of you.<p>Nobody teaches you how to manage your money in school. And once you get your first job and …

Stocks 101 for Beginner Investors

New to buying stocks? This guide has everything you need to start building your portfolio.<p>When it comes to investing money, we have several choices …

10 habits of mentally strong people

Despite West Point Military Academy’s rigorous selection process, one in five students drop out by graduation day. A sizeable number leave the summer …

Self-improvement

Ask an Interview Coach: What Hiring Managers Want to Hear From Candidates in a Phone Interview

Companies are increasingly using phone interviews at the early stages of screening candidates, before inviting them on-site for in-person interviews. This is a way to efficiently screen through large candidate pools, as the average job has over 250 applicants. Moreover, the phone screen is …

This 15-Minute Task Could Boost Your Paycheck by $200 a Month. Here's How to Do It

The IRS just unveiled a useful new calculator.<p>December’s tax cut means millions of Americans will owe less money when they file their 2018 tax …

Retirement

I’m a Financial Advisor Who Works With Wealthy Families — Here Are 8 Things I Make Sure Every Teen Knows About Money

Getting an early start is critical to building wealth.<p>For most teens, financial planning is a topic far from top of mind.<p>School, sports, and social …

Personal Finance

How to Save $1 Million for Retirement -- When You Have Nothing Saved by Age 50

Believe it or not, it can be done.<p>It's no secret that Americans on a whole are mostly unprepared for retirement -- but sadly, that includes those who …

11 ways to update your résumé when you get a new job

When you land a new job, it's hard to imagine there's any need to update your résumé once again.<p>Perhaps you just updated it to land the role, and, at the very least, you don't have plans to pursue a new gig after just landing this one.<p>If you're like most people, you're probably going to wait until …

I asked some of the most successful people what books they give as gifts — and there were 5 winners

"What's your favorite book?" seems like a good question. So innocent, so simple. In practice, it's terrible. I interviewed more than 100 of the most successful entrepreneurs, athletes, actors, writers, and other experts for my book, "Tribe of Mentors." These are people who have often read hundreds …

I spent years working 14 hour days — but I didn't get truly successful until I started asking myself 4 questions

<b>• It took entrepreneur Jonathan Goodman many years to realize overworking wasn't working for him.</b><p><b>• In order to live a more balanced life, he had to cut back on his work hours and shift his entrepreneurial thinking.</b><p><b>• He developed several "cognitive filters" in order to establish better</b> …

Entrepreneurship

How to Have More Productive Financial Conversations With Your Partner

Relationships work better when finances are discussed openly. Here are some ways to make those discussions productive.<p>Telling my wife about my …

7 Weird Social Security Facts You Never Knew About

Social Security's oddest aspects, explained.<p>Though debatable, Social Security is widely believed to be America's most important social program. More …

In Your 40s? Here's How to Be Rich in Your 60s

Get started now, while the power of compounding can still work in your favor.<p>Your 40s can be an incredible time to invest. Generally speaking, you're …

Should You Refinance Your Car Loan?

If you’re paying an above-average rate on a car loan, perhaps because your credit was spotty when you originally financed the car or you simply …

Personal Finance

10 Money Moves to Make in Your 20s

Your 20s aren't the time to ignore your finances. Quite the contrary -- here are a few key opportunities to jump on.<p>You may not think of your 20s as …

Tony Robbins explains what anyone can do every day, month, and year to be more successful

Performance coach Tony Robbins has seven clients he works with on an individual basis, and each pay him $1 million annually. Tickets to his intensive seminars can run for a few thousand dollars, and participants get jam-packed days of group and personal training.<p>There are some aspects of Robbins' …

10 things confident people won’t do

In <i>The Empire Strikes Back</i>, when Yoda is training Luke to be a Jedi, he demonstrates the power of the Force by raising an X-wing fighter from a swamp. …

Self-improvement

5 Things About Social Security Everyone Should Know

Even millennials should know these basic facts about Social Security.<p>If you're a long way from retirement, knowing the ins and outs of Social …

12 Millionaire Habits to Start Making Serious Money Soon and Build Wealth in a Hurry

Get-rich-quick schemes rarely work but doing the right things every day rarely fails.<p>7 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>There's a mindset that's prevalent these days. It's one of instant gratification in an on-demand society that looks for quick results with very …

Self-improvement

If I Make $60,000, How Much Will Social Security Pay Me?

Find out what middle-class Americans can expect to get in retirement.<p>Social Security provides a huge portion of the retirement income that Americans …

Can’t Get Past The Phone Interview? Here are 5 Reasons Candidates Fail the Phone Screen

Have you ever conducted a phone interview and got off the phone and said, “Man, I nailed that”, but then, for some reason, you never heard back? …

Why Your 40s Will Make or Break Your Retirement

As you cruise through your 40s, saving for retirement will approach the "now or never" zone.<p>The fifth decade of one's life is usually a time of …

4 Salary Negotiation Tips/Tricks

It's important to be prepared to get the money (and more) that you deserve.<p>Whether you're being offered a job or getting a promotion where you …

13 job interview tricks that are hard to master, but will pay off forever

Okay, you've wowed your potential employer with your résumé and cover letter. Now, they actually want to talk to you — over the phone, via Skype, or in person.<p>You can rest assured, you're definitely qualified for this job. Now, it's up to you to seal the deal and ace the dreaded job interview.<p>Some …

Not Counting on Having Social Security? Here Are 3 Money Moves You Should Make

You may be surprised to learn that you can actually receive Social Security benefits. But even if you can't, there are ways to get ample income in …

Want to Raise Inspired Kids? A Navy SEAL Commander Says Teach Them These 10 Things

Rule No. 1: Make your bed, so you'll start the day with a consistent accomplishment.<p>A few years ago, a retired Navy SEAL commander named Bill McRaven gave a graduation speech at the University of Texas. His words went viral, starting with his advice that no matter what you do, if you want to be …

mcraven

Tony Robbins: How to lock in financial success

<b>Tony Robbins knows a lot about starting with a little. The best-selling author grew up “dirt poor” in California and once worked as a janitor to help</b> …

Financial Markets