National And International Credit Card Debt Crisis

National And International Credit Card Debt Crisis

By David Lipman October 11th, 2018 Banks around the world largest source of profits is the interest and late fees on their credit card debt issued to customers. This income is in addition to the fee they charge the vendors ranging from 1.5% to 2.5% on every...

Is Your Home a Better Investment Than the Stock Market?

By J.D. Roth July 26th, 2018 This morning, I read a piece at Slate by Felix Salmon called “The Millionaire’s Mortgage”. Salmon’s argument is simple: “Paying off your house is saving for retirement.” Now, I don’t necessarily disagree with this basic premise. I too...

Investment Terms

BY JOSHUA KENNON One of the toughest parts of beginning your journey as an investor is encountering terms that you don’t understand. It can seem overwhelming in the beginning but, like anything, once you get the hang of it, you realize there was no reason to be...

Closing the Gender Investing Gap

By Stephanie Cohen, Chief Strategy Officer, Goldman Sachs June 19, 2018 Goldman Sachs one of the most prestigious Investment Banks in the world is offering their capital market strength to help women entrepreneurs. In our opinion this represents a classic beginning of...

Beginner’s Guide to Section 529 Savings Accounts

Consider a Section 529 Plan for Your Child’s College Future Author: Ken Clark Updated March 17, 2018 Funding college is a great concern for parents, grandparents, and other loved ones. A smart investment like a Section 529 savings account can help you build on...

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