How to Save Money When You’re Single On a Tight Budget

No matter how you look at it, being single right now in the U.S. is expensive. From facing fewer tax advantages to not being able to split everyday costs like rent or groceries, living solo can come at a much higher price than with a partner. That said, more and more Americans are continuing to … Read more

Money Moves To Make Before The Year Ends

With the end of the year approaching, it may be time to reevaluate your finances. This year has been marked by record-high inflation and multiple interest rate hikes. As the Fed attempts to rein in inflation by raising interest rates, there’s a strong possibility that the economy teeters towards a recession in the coming months.  … Read more

Retiring Into a Recession? What You Need To Know

If you’ve been watching your retirement portfolio for the past few months, you’ve probably noticed the value of your nest egg taking a dramatic dip. From the beginning of 2022 through Nov. 2, the value of the S&P 500 slipped more than 21%, the Dow Jones fell over 12% and Nasdaq dropped by almost 33%. … Read more

This Self-made Millionaire Has One Simple Rule for Growing Wealth

Personal finance knowledge is important to just about everyone, but with the emergence of social media, the conversations we see about it can also be filled with misguided opinions, hot takes or even lies. Jeremy Schneider, founder of Personal Finance Club, is cutting through the noise of risky cryptocurrency bets, leveraging debt and overspending with … Read more

How Much Money You Should Save Every Paycheck

If the last couple years have taught us one thing about managing money, it’s that having some savings set aside is crucial. Despite the significance of having savings, however, research shows that 45% of Americans have less than $1,000 saved — and in an emergency situation, $1,000 may very well not be sufficient. To ensure you … Read more

Conforming loan limits 2023

In spite of skyrocketing mortgage rates, average home prices are still increasing by double digits year over year. To help potential homebuyers caught between this crunch of high home prices and mortgage rates, two federal entities—the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) and the Federal Housing Administration (FHA)—will raise conforming loan limits and FHA loan limits … Read more