Money affects different groups of people in different ways. TD Ameritrade surveyed how the LGBTQ or Queer community uses money differently than the straight community does. One significant gap: confidence.
Even for those with health insurance, a visit to the hospital can be financially devastating. According to a 2016 report by Kaiser Family Foundation, one in five insured working-age Americans reported having problems paying medical bills in the previous year.
If you have a mortgage, student loans or a balance on your credit cards, you owe a debt. And if you do have debt, you’re in some good company – the U.S. federal government has tons of it.
Paying off debt can be one of the most liberating experiences, but there’s really not much fanfare that comes from seeing that $0 balance. Some people turn to YouTube to tell others how they managed it, and you can see the excitement.
Debt is a language of its own. Anyone who’s ever had a credit card balance or taken student loans has been bombarded with terminology that can make your head hurt. We break down four major terms about debt: principal, interest, APR and default.
Starting a new business can be intimidating. Where do you even start? Ramit Sethi, an author and owner of multiple businesses, helps others figure out where to start.