This is a guest contribution from Bill Hazelton, CEO of Credit Card Assist where he provides tips, news and advice on credit cards, balance transfers, rewards programs and all things credit-related. While it’s not yet officially the end of free checking, consumers are finding it harder and harder to find banks that will waive fees […]
I’ve had a written goal to become a millionaire since 1992. At my current rate of savings and return, I estimate I will have around $1.6 million saved for retirement in 20 years.
This week, the Dow finally crossed the magical 13K mark and is holding steady. More impressive, the S&P 500 closed above 1,400 for the first time since 2008 and the NASDAQ composite closed above 3,000 for the first time since 2000.
The common theme was that investors were bilked, scammed and even murdered by unscrupulous money managers. Although most advisors are honest, hard-working professionals, these types of stories are becoming way too common to ignore.
One of my fondest childhood memories was riding my BMX bike to work when I was 16 years old. Back then, I rode my BMX bike everywhere because I didn’t have a car.