Dividend payers have been shown to outperform non-payers, on average, and they deserve a spot in your portfolio — perhaps even a big spot.
Beware of These 8 Coronavirus-Related Scams
Too many people are already suffering financially. Don’t fall for any of these scams that only make matters worse.
Here’s What Americans Are Buying More (and Less) of During the Coronavirus Crisis
Would you believe that toilet paper only ranks 24th on the list?
The Most Important Retirement Chart You’ll Ever See
Here’s how much you need to save and invest each month or year in order to amass the nest egg you’ll need for retirement.
5 Ways to Make Your Money Work for You
There’s no need for you to do all the work yourself when you can put some of your dollars to work for you.
What an Annuity is and Why You May Need One
It’s smart to consider annuities for your retirement, as they can deliver pension-like guaranteed income for a certain number of years or even the rest of your life.
The Most Important Social Security Chart You’ll Ever See
One simple chart shows how much you can increase or shrink your Social Security checks, simply via timing.
96% of Americans Are Making This Social Security Mistake
Reading up on Social Security may not sound enticing, but the more you know, the savvier decisions you’ll make, and that can lead to increased Social Security benefits and many thousands of dollars more in retirement.
Real Estate vs. Stock Investing: Which is Right for You?
Both offer cash flow and passive income, but if you want a higher long-term rate of return, one is likely to serve you better.
Ready to Invest? 12 Steps to Start Investing
Investing can be complicated and difficult — or relatively quick and easy. Here are the steps to start building long-term wealth in the stock market.