Beginning an open, honest dialogue with your spouse or significant other about your current financial situation and your investment goals is as easy as asking one another the following simple questions.
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State securities regulators should be the first call for an investor before you turn over any money to a broker or investment adviser.
Gold seems like a very tempting investment, but before jumping onto the gold bandwagon, there are a few things you might want to consider.
Peer–to-peer lending is an emerging online financial service also known as social lending, person-to-person lending or P2P.
Some people believe that owning a franchise is a safe and easy way to start a successful business, but buying a franchise can be risky, and there is no guarantee of success, especially in an uncertain economy. If you are thinking of investing in a franchise, you must educate yourself before you buy.
ETFs have grown increasingly popular among retail investors seeking safe, stable alternatives to mutual funds. Before investing in an ETF, check under the hood.
Since its debut in 1999, the Investing Online Resource Center (IORC) is the only independent, non-commercial organization dedicated solely to serving the individual consumer who invests online or is considering doing so.
Tools to empower women investors to take control of their financial futures.
Members of the Sandwich Generation, their elderly family members and their children should watch for these red flags when considering an investment opportunity.
Tips for Sandwich Generation Adults on managing their own finances.