Have you ever changed jobs and wondered what to do with an old 401(k)? Here are three options (plus one you should avoid) that will enable you to continue building wealth and preserve your tax-deferred status.
For many people, investing money seems like this deep dark super complicated world that is just too difficult to understand. But just like with anything learnable in life, with a little effort, you can learn how to invest, and the good news is that investing does not have to be as complex as it sounds especially if you consider investing via index funds - one of my favorite ways to invest money.
With the next stock market crash around the corner, can you afford NOT to read some of the top investment books? Great investing books for beginners, stock traders and for anyone that wants to win the stock market game.
Your career is a major factor in your life. Not only does it tie into your overall happiness (there's nothing worse than hating your job - it can affect almost every area of your time), it is also a major determinant on how much money you earn over the course of your working life which in turn impacts how much you are able to save and invest for your future self.
What To Put On Your Resume When You Have No Relevant Experience Before everything else, read this to jumpstart your job application, especially if you are still writing your resume. Read more: http://www.classycareergirl.com/2016/12/experience-relevant-resume-tips/
How to Become a Millionaire the Boring Way - 401(k), IRA, HSA
It's difficult to make time for continuous learning and self-improvement. But carving out a few minutes to get lost in a book can go a long way. These are the best self-help books I've read this year to further my personal development. If you're looking for a self-improvement book that won't bore you to death, this is a list for you! Happy reading!