Spending less than you make may be the golden money rule — but it's not the only rule. While it's important to cut your spending "mercilessly" on the things that don't add value to your life, says financial
In high school and college, most students learn a lot about geometry and calculus but very little about taxes and investing. In fact, when tested on financial concepts, only 17% of respondents ages 18
The top 5% of households in America reported $197,651 or more in income in 2016, according to the Tax Foundation. This same top 5% controlled 60% of the nation's wealth, according to the Federal Reserve
It's been a wild economic ride in recent months. Many entrepreneurs and small business owners have gone into "protection" mode in order to protect their financial health -- or at the very least put themselves
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