In today’s economy, there are an increasing number of individuals stepping out into the non-traditional workforce and making a great living freelancing, working on short contracts, and/or being paid hourly wages for a gig. According to the New York Times, the number of Americans participating in the independent, or “gig economy,” grew by 9.5 million between the […]
Q: Hi Ash Cash, I would love to get your opinion about a financial situation. My husband and I are both working and we have a 15 month old and a set of twins due in April. I have been working for sometime but started saving late in my 401k. I probably have about $10,000 […]
With the economy in turmoil and social security in question many people have now taken their financial freedom into their own hands. With retirement being the biggest concern amongst people looking to live a better life we have compiled a quick tutorial hat will tell you the difference between your retirement choices!
Story By: Kelly Campbell (U.S. News) via:yahoo The year is coming to an end, and with any conclusion comes a last-minute checklist. This is your final financial to-do list of 2010. With only a few days to complete these items, do not waste time getting started. 1. Fund your IRA or Roth IRA. For 2010, […]
In a recent survey 54 percent of respondents reported having less than $25,000 in total savings and investments, excluding their home or workplace pension, if any. Some 27 percent said they don’t have even $1,000.