What Is a FICO Score and Why Does It Matter?

What Is a FICO Score and Why Does It Matter?

A good FICO score can help you get approval on credit cards and important loans. What is it, and what makes for a good score?

The 7 Best Personal Finance Books You Need for 2019

The 7 Best Personal Finance Books You Need for 2019

Most personal finance books aren't delivering for readers - but these are the exception.

What Are Price Ceilings and How Do They Impact Me?

What Are Price Ceilings and How Do They Impact Me?

Price ceilings, while well-intentioned, often do more harm than good when implemented in supply and demand markets.

Nearly Half of Older Americans Don't Have Wills or Estate Plans

Nearly Half of Older Americans Don't Have Wills or Estate Plans

Dying without a will in place can lead to expensive consequences for your heirs.

This Is the Golden Age of Tax-Free Gift Giving

This Is the Golden Age of Tax-Free Gift Giving

Larry Light shows how to donate to your loved ones and avoid having the IRS take a slice.

Tax Refund Schedule: When Will You Get Your IRS Tax Refund in 2019?

Tax Refund Schedule: When Will You Get Your IRS Tax Refund in 2019?

Tax season is approaching fast. When can you expect a tax refund, and how is it affected by what's going on with the government?

How Much Do You Have to Make to File Taxes in 2019?

How Much Do You Have to Make to File Taxes in 2019?

Not sure if you have to file a tax return this year? Here's everything you need to know.

What Is Perpetuity and Why Does It Matter in 2019?

What Is Perpetuity and Why Does It Matter in 2019?

Perpetuity represents the value of cash flow over time - a lot of time.

What Is the Average Teacher's Salary in the U.S. in 2019?

What Is the Average Teacher's Salary in the U.S. in 2019?

To understand the average wages a teacher makes, you'll need to know how much certain types of teachers make based on where they live.

Historic Mortgage Rates: From 1981 to 2019 and Their Impact

Historic Mortgage Rates: From 1981 to 2019 and Their Impact

Mortgage rates stem back to the days of ancient Rome, and still hold sway today.