Posts Tagged ‘Financial’

Milwaukee Bucks reportedly compromise players’ financial information in email scam

Milwaukee Bucks reportedly compromise players’ financial information in email scam

The Milwaukee Bucks mistakenly released the financial documents of their players when an employee emailed the players’ 2015 IRS W-2 forms to a person impersonating team president Peter Feigin, according to Shams Charania of the Vertical. According to the report, the security breach included players’ addresses, Social Security numbers, compensation and more. The email scam...

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5 Instances When You Should Ignore Financial Advice

5 Instances When You Should Ignore Financial Advice

Filed under: Financial Education A lady stepped into my office concerned her financial advisor wasn’t being straight up about her financial situation. She had purchased a variable annuity from the advisor and admitted she wasn’t quite sure how it really worked. Uh oh. Red flag. She didn’t know how it worked. I looked into...

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8 Financial Decisions You’ll Regret Forever

8 Financial Decisions You’ll Regret Forever

Filed under: Spending Getty By Bob Niedt Financial regrets. We’ve all had a few. But there’s a big difference between making an impulse purchase that you second-guess the morning after and making a major decision about your money that could haunt you for a lifetime. We reached out to dozens of financial planners and...

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Boost Your Financial Fitness With These 11 Small Money Moves

Boost Your Financial Fitness With These 11 Small Money Moves

Filed under: Saving Getty By Allison Martin How much time do you spend on your finances each week? A couple of hours? Or do you rarely spend any time at all? It’s understandable that people shy away from what appears to be a daunting task, which is why we have broken it down here....

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8 Financial Decisions You’ll Regret Forever

8 Financial Decisions You’ll Regret Forever

Filed under: Spending Getty By Bob Niedt Financial regrets. We’ve all had a few. But there’s a big difference between making an impulse purchase that you second-guess the morning after and making a major decision about your money that could haunt you for a lifetime. We reached out to dozens of financial planners and...

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Don’t Ignore These 7 Financial Time Bombs

Don’t Ignore These 7 Financial Time Bombs

Filed under: Budgeting Getty By Geoff Williams It’s a question everyone asks when they end up paying an unexpected and expensive bill. What went wrong? Too often, what went wrong is that a problem was ignored until suddenly there was no ignoring it. Almost of all of us, unless we’re highly organized, are susceptible...

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Why Seniors Have the Greatest Financial Security

Why Seniors Have the Greatest Financial Security

Filed under: Retirement, Retirement Plans, Social Security Getty By Maryalene LaPonsie A recent study from the Stanford Center on Longevity unearthed an interesting anomaly. While the financial security of Millennials and Gen Xers had dropped significantly from 2000 to 2014, it has risen slightly for baby boomers ages 65 to 74, according to The...

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Why You Need Financial Cheat Days

Why You Need Financial Cheat Days

Filed under: Budgeting Getty By Josh Felber When we think of “cheat days,” we tend to think of a sweet treat or indulgent meal that breaks a cycle of strict dieting. A cheat day is meant to satisfy cravings, and it’s a great way to incorporate foods you normally wouldn’t include in your diet...

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5 Ways to Find a Financial Role Model

5 Ways to Find a Financial Role Model

Filed under: Personal Finance Getty By Sabah Karimi If you’re struggling with your budget every month or just can’t seem to get ahead financially, it may be time to turn to a financial role model or mentor for guidance. Connecting with someone who has been in your shoes, or who has successfully turned things...

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8 Financial Decisions You’ll Never Regret

8 Financial Decisions You’ll Never Regret

Filed under: Budgeting Getty By Dan Rafter A new year is here. And even if you’ve already broken the resolutions you made at the end of the holiday season, it’s never too late to make new ones, especially when it comes to your finances. Here are eight financial decisions you can make now that...

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