Because long-term happiness with a fund is often traced back to what the buyer was thinking at the time of purchase, it’s imperative for investors to have a personal selection system. And check out Morningstar at the library or on the library’s website.
Your wallet is full of them: drugstore loyalty cards. There isn’t much of a downside to joining them. Usually they are free and offer periodic discounts and rewards. Here’s some tips on using your rewards cards.
Here are some tips on getting your insurance company to pay your doctor, medication, or hospital bill.
Compile a list of all the financial information your heirs will need upon your death: wills, trust information, investment accounts, legal contacts, etc. You can keep this information in an electronic file or as hard copies. If you leave behind a mess, it can delay your inheritors’ access to funds and cost them a bundle in legal fees.
Are you unhappy with your bank? Are you paying monthly maintenance fees for your checking accounts? Maybe it’s time to find a new bank.
An EMV credit card — which stands for Europay, MasterCard and Visa — is a global standard for cards equipped with computer chips and the technology used to authenticate chip-card transactions. Here is information to help you understand the new cards.
How meddling relatives can make a mess of your finances.
Easy question? There is no black and white answer for everyone as the answer depends on a variety of variables, as with most financially related questions.
If you’re finding yourself being charged necessary fees, feel your bank’s technology isn’t up to snuff or that you want a more competitive interest rate, then look into switching accounts. Here’s some tips.