A simple way to up your savings and build more wealth is to spend less. And chances are, you can find areas to cut back in. Start by considering these 13 money sucks. ATM fees It'll cost you a record high of $4.57 to withdraw money from an out-of-network ATM. There's no reason to continue paying these fees, which can add up significantly over time. A simple solution: If your bank's logo isn't on the ATM, don't use it. If you use one of the traditional, bigger banks, there should be ATM options in your area. Simply look up the locations online and put in the extra effort to get to one of your bank's ATMs. If there aren't any convenient ATM options in your city or town, you may want to consider
Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google's parent company Alphabet, is worth an estimated $11 billion. While a significant amount his wealth comes from stock he received as Google's CEO, the billionaire credits a few personal finance strategies with helping build his net worth. This isn't the only piece of advice Schmidt has for professionals.
It's been a fantastic 15 months for Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) . If you're among the investors who'd bought the then dead-beat chipmaker back in December 2015, you'd have made over 300% in this period--even as AMD beat quarterly earnings estimates, shrugged off balance sheet concerns and demonstrated liquidity improvement. Is it then time to take profits off the table? We'd recommend staying with the company. First, there is better visibility into Ryzen 7 and the imminent Ryzen 5 launch on April 11. While the Ryzen 7 series competes with Intel's (INTC) workstation and professional applications, it has received mixed reviews. AMD said it plans to launch four mainstream Ryzen 5 CPUs on April