Weekly Tips & Strategies

Weekly Tips & Strategies

Written on 09/28/2019
Professor Anthony Rivieccio, MBA, PFA


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The student loan debt is about $1.6 trillion and hardly anyone can afford to pay it down

A new report finds that slow loan repayment is the main factor behind growing student loan balances.

A great employee benefit By Caroline Hronclich

Today, many employers are trying to find unique voluntary benefits to encourage employment And there's a great one going around: to pay off your student loan debt. Ask your present or future employer

5 times you should consider meeting with a financial planner

If you're serious about building long-term wealth, you'll probably find yourself face-to-face with a financial planner at some point. A good certified financial planner can organize your overall financial picture and implement strategies that will help you achieve your goals, from putting your kids through college to retiring when you want.

Advanced personal finance for young professionals

Now you have big life questions to answer, like how much should I really spend on a condo or a new house? How much do I really need to keep in my savings (asked while looking at photos of pretty...


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Those weekly splurges cost $7,400 extra annually. Here are the biggest budget busters

Sticking to a household budget is apparently difficult. As in, really difficult. While 74% of people say they have some sort of budget, 79% don't stick to it, according to new research from SlickDeals.net, a crowd-sourced shopping platform. The average weekly amount consumers spend - not counting bills such as mortgage or rent, utilities, etc.

Pop star of personal finance, Dave Ramsey uses gruff love to lead others out of debt

See more of the story Ordinary financial advisers can't get Minnesotans to pay $19 to $149 to hear them speak. Most are lucky to attract people to a free meal at a local steakhouse. Dave Ramsey fills megachurch auditoriums to hear a message of financial tough love.

Budgeting 101: How to Create a Budget - NerdWallet

In its simplest form, budgeting is a third-grade math problem. If I have take-home pay of, say, $2,000 a month, how can I pay for housing, food, insurance, health care, debt repayment and fun without running out of money? That's a lot to cover with a limited amount, and this is a zero-sum game.

How to Clean Up Even the Worst Credit Report Items

The specific steps to credit repair depend on what's on your credit report. Before you can start repairing your credit, you'll need to order your report and review it to stop any negative information. Many credit reports also include an explanation of the things that are negatively affecting your credit.

Five Rules to Improve Your Financial Health

The term "personal finance" refers to how you manage your money and how you plan for your future. All of your financial decisions and activities have an effect on your financial health now and in the future.

Those weekly splurges cost $7,400 extra annually. Here are the biggest budget busters

Sticking to a household budget is apparently difficult. As in, really difficult. While 74% of people say they have some sort of budget, 79% don't stick to it, according to new research from SlickDeals.net, a crowd-sourced shopping platform. The average weekly amount consumers spend - not counting bills such as mortgage or rent, utilities, etc.

7 Traits Shared by Every Good Financial Adviser

Getting good financial advice isn't just about stocks and bonds. It's about the relationship and trust you have with your adviser. Here's how to evaluate whether your professional is doing a good job and is the right fit for you.

These are the 3 big reasons you should use a financial adviser (and picking investments is not one of them)

By Not too long ago, well-heeled individuals relied on financial advisers for almost everything from basic expense planning to deciding where to invest their money. Advisors often invested in actively managed mutual funds or separately managed accounts with a supposedly diversified collection of individual stocks.

How to budget money like a financial planner

Personal Finance Insider writes about products, strategies, and tips to help you make smart decisions with your money. We may receive a small commission from our partners, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective. Budgeting shouldn't be scary.

The 7 best ways to build wealth starting today, according to financial planners

The key to growing wealth isn't always simply to make more money. Sometimes, it's about using what you have to your advantage - maybe it's as easy as moving your savings into an account with higher interest rates, or taking advantage of an employer's 401(k) match.

The new Lifestyle way to wellness By Bruce Shutan

Younger people do not want difficulty or drama, they want a seamless , easy and sccessable way and today that is called the internet. It's about engagement, experiences and things that are relative to our everyday lives.

For example, many are looking at internet " health" plans that allow for one on one wellness coaching sessions for as long as 30 minutes . Young people are also creating lifestyle spending accounts so they can breathe better at night

They are also improving their financial health through internet workshops

Tony Robbins: Is the game of financial freedom still winnable?

I can still recall the day. It was late 2010 and almost two years since the market began its 51 percent free fall. I had just finished watching the Academy Award-winning documentary, "Inside Job," and felt a visceral anger for the recklessness of a relative few individuals and institutions in the financial community.

How to budget money like a financial planner

Personal Finance Insider writes about products, strategies, and tips to help you make smart decisions with your money. We may receive a small commission from our partners, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective. Budgeting shouldn't be scary.



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