My son turned 16 this month and by year end will have his driver’s license. This means we’ve been hit with his wish list of cars. He’s showed me a few of his dream cars but I think you need to be a professional athlete to afford one of those! Well, it’s safe to say he will not be driving one of these cars in the near future.
Congratulations college grad! You’ve spent the last four years on a shoestring budget dining on cold pizza and driving a 2005 Honda Accord hand me down from your mother.
We're just a month away from the mid-year point, believe it or not. As a half-time refresher of sorts, I wanted to share some information on all things IRA. The following infographic from Max Retire Rules covers the high-points on the four types of IRA - Roth, Traditional, Simple, and SEP
The nice thing about this piece is that in addition to covering the basics of how each IRA functions, there is also updated limit information for 2013. This can come in handy as you contemplate your contributions now or in the future for the 2013 tax year.
According to American Express nearly one out of three adults is attending a wedding this year - so there’s a decent chance you have an answer to our title question.
This is a little off of the beaten path, but interesting none the less. I came across this inforgraphic put together by American Express breaking down all things wedding, from a dollars and cents standpoint.