These are 5 investment concepts, part of the foundation of investing, all investors should know and apply to their financial planning.
Investors often get mired in the detail of managing a portfolio. Actively self-managed portfolios are often over traded as profits are chased and real opportunities missed. Passively managed portfolios are often under traded as asset allocations are forgotten.
When it comes to making your money grow, investing in trading is always an option that you should take into consideration. Fortunately, while it’s easy for a beginner to become overwhelmed, there are brokers you can turn to for advice and everything you’re going to need to make the most out of your venture into the world of trading. You can always
Splitting expenses is a often a touchy topic when you're living with a significant other, roommates or family. If everyone doesn't agree it can get pretty nasty fast.



There are a few ways to split expenses between yourself and those you live with but I'm going to highlight four of the most common ways today.
The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 extended some popular tax deductions, credits and other breaks for homeowners through 2013. Here are the details of the extended tax breaks.
Tips and helpful resources to prevent yourself from becoming a victim of identity theft, and keep your identity your own.
With a new year ahead of us comes new goals and a new start. Many people want to increase their productivity but don't know where to start.
The real world isn’t so accommodating when it comes slumps. Are you starting to feel motivation slip away now that you’re in your senior year?
You’ve seen it at the dealership: hot-headed consumers sparring with salesmen over cost and features until they’re red in the face. Many consumers feel like incessant badgering and violent arguments are the only ways to get a good deal on a new car, but psychologists tell us otherwise. According to Psychologytoday.com, arguing during negotiations a
I wanted to share some valuable information with our Grocery Alerts readers about the popular Target loyalty program, Red Card. The Target Red card offers a flat five per cent discount on almost all purchases made with the chains debit or credit card.