A college education doesn't come cheap, and a lot of the expense these days is funded by debt that can take a decade or more to pay off.
Is going to college really worth it?
I had the opportunity to discuss that topic
The Bible teaches us to always be ready to give an explanation for our faith.
"Be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have." – 1 Peter 3:15
Here's our summertime-is-just-around-corner Roundup of recent articles on investing, personal finance, and stewardship.
Pull up a lawn chair, pour yourself a glass of lemonade, and enjoy!
Will raising the age for
It makes intuitive sense that people with a financial plan would be more likely to achieve their financial goals than those who are just winging it.
A new Schwab study confirms this, while noting several specific
SMI's Personal Portfolio Tracker and our monthly Fund Performance Rankings report are now available with mutual fund performance data through May 31, 2019.
The Portfolio Tracker: The online Tracker personalizes SMI's fund
Some of the better investing and personal finance articles from around the web.
This tax-saving strategy for massive IRAs could be on the way out (CNBC). The stretch IRA is on the chopping block.
Following last week's changes to Sector Rotation and Dynamic Asset Allocation, I received the following email. There are likely other readers with similar questions and thoughts, so I thought I'd respond here for the
Everyone makes financial mistakes. Fortunately, there are steps to recovery — steps regularly illustrated in the world of sports.
SMI executive editor Mark Biller discussed those transferable (sports-to-finances) concepts