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Robo-advisors are on the rise. It’s not surprising: they’re a convenient, one-stop solution for investing goals. If you’re looking to start investing, the right robo-advisor can help you maximize your gains and minimize fees. But with so many to choose from, how do you know which robo-advisor is right for you? One way to narrow […]

capital gains and taxes

Did you receive a Schedule D (Form 1040) in the mail this tax season? If so, you must have sold assets in the past year. If you made a profit on your sale, you’ll have to pay taxes on it; and if you lost money, that loss can reduce your tax liability. But regardless of […]

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Best Robo Advisors in 2020

Robo-advisors have become an extremely popular investment tool for Millennials and other investors. Rather than requiring you to make decisions like a passive investment strategy or pay high fees as you would with an active management strategy, robo-advisors enlist the help of technology to manage your portfolio. And because there’s not a lot of human […]

How much money does it take to be considered "rich" in the US

“Am I rich?” Odds are good that you answered “no” to that question, regardless of how much money you have. According to a report by investment bank UBS, only 28% of people with $1 million to $5 million in assets considered themselves wealthy. Even when you ask people with more than $5 million in assets, only 3 in 5 […]

These days, 24 hours in a day is never enough. We’re all so busy multitasking that sitting down to read feels like a rare luxury. Fortunately, there’s a modern solution to this modern problem. Enter audiobooks. Desperate to read that superstar CEO’s new autobiography? With audiobooks, you can learn what you need to know on […]

The definitive guide to socially responsible investing

Have you begun to save for retirement? According to a recent survey, only two out of three workers feel confident about having enough money to live comfortably in their retirement. Most people don’t start saving for retirement until they hit 31, which undercuts their returns significantly. Even though retirement may seem far off, the earlier […]

5 Money Lessons from Mad Men

On Sunday, AMC’s hit sixties drama Mad Men returns for season six. Millions of fans have watched Don, Rodger, Joan, and company coping with the upheaval of the Civil Rights movement, women’s liberation, and the Cold War. Although times have changed dramatically since the ‘60s, there’s a timeless quality to these characters’ mistakes in love,… Read More

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In the class of 2018, about 69% of college graduates took out student loans to afford their tuition, according to the Federal Reserve. That means that the vast majority of graduates are carrying student debt. And students aren’t the only ones dragging debt around. Between student loans, home loans, auto loans, and more, 80.9% of […]