According to the National Association of Realtors, the median sale price of existing homes is $295,300. That price point is nearly $34,000 less than the cost of a new house. Because these numbers reflect all homes across the U.S., though, they only tell a partial story about whether it is cheaper to buy or build a house.
With Bitcoin (BTC) becoming a trillion-dollar asset class and still rising in 2021, more people have become interested in learning…
Moving can be stressful. Making sure your breakables are packed so they don’t actually break, deciding on a DIY move or hiring professional movers, managing security deposits or down payments on both ends of the move - moving cross country could stress even the most relaxed people.
Ready for some good news? If you want to check your credit score, you can do so without worrying about lowering it. In fact, it's a good idea to keep an eye on your score, especially if you are planning on borrowing soon or are concerned about errors on your report.
Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have existed on stock markets in Europe for years, reaching assets under management of $6.5 billion. In February 2021, one began trading in Canada, marking the entry of the first Bitcoin ETF in North American markets.
Payment for order flow (PFOF) is the practice of retail brokerages routing customer orders to market makers usually for a…
Is it worth hiring a professional to help you with things like self-employment taxes, estate planning, and stock options, or is it better to handle them on your own? The answer may depend on a number of factors, including your financial acumen, money-management needs, and whether you’re the hands-on (or hands-off) type.
Many people set goals to get physically fit at the New Year, but setting goals to get financially fit is a good idea too. This can include tracking your spending, creating a budget, evaluating your debt, and setting up a system that will ensure your success.
Finding the best deals online can mean shopping around, tracking down coupon codes, taking advantage of price matching, or even using apps to watch prices and notify you of sales.
Investors have a variety of securities to choose from - including stocks, ETFs, and real estate. You don't need a lot of money to begin. Investors can get started with as little as one dollar.
COVID-19 has brought a lot of uncertainty to our lives. A key step to investing is understanding what you are investing for and when you’ll use the money. Your personal goals, situation, and risk tolerance will help you decide the right investing moves to make during the pandemic.
The number of financial scams has risen since March as hackers are taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic. More than 30…