Jeanie Ahn of Yahoo Finance reports on the impact of healthcare on the midterm elections and highlights 4 changes you can expect on the healthcare marketplace for 2019.
Marcie Allen, music executive and founder of MAC Presents, is an expert at pivoting her career and carving her own path, and has thrived in the music industry for more than two decades. Through her company MAC Presents, Allen creates corporate sponsorships between brands and musicians, forging powerful—and
When it comes to getting your finances organized as a young person, author Erin Lowry has a hashtag to help. “I use #GYFLT because it means get your financial life together,” Lowry says. Feeling overwhelmed about money isn’t just a problem for those just starting out in their professional lives, but
Many Americans have the day off Monday, Nov. 12 to observe Veterans Day and pay their respects to all the men and women who have served our country. Transferring military skills into a corporate civilian career is not an easy task.
Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, the founder and editor-in-chief of Muslimgirl.com talks about starting her website in her bedroom when she was 17, and how it has grown as a tech company despite the challenges she faces being a minority woman in a predominantly male industry.
Did you know there's an actual equation to figure out this crucial piece of the retirement puzzle? Find out how to do the math yourself to get a general idea of what to shoot for.
Stacey Abrams is running for governor in Georgia. She owes more than $227,000 in credit card debt, student loan debt and back taxes, and she told Yahoo Finance how she got there.
According to a study by Ally Invest, 61% of adults say they find investing in the stock market scary or intimidating. The idea came to Hay when she was studying at Harvard Business School. As someone with a liberal arts background, Hay struggled to keep up with people with more traditional finance
If you have trouble saving money, you shouldn’t beat yourself up about it — at least not according to “Shark Tank” star Barbara Corcoran.
If your future budget forecast is based on the idea that you’ll be spending half as much once you don’t need to head in to work every day, you've fallen for a common myth.
You’ll be able to save more -- if you can afford to. Turns out most of us don't feel as if our personal financial situations have improved since 2016.