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When to Spend Your Time Versus When to Spend Your Money

When to Spend Your Time Versus When to Spend Your Money

Work-life balance is about managing the way you use both.
The Psychology of Saving for Retirement

The Psychology of Saving for Retirement

Researchers and economists look at what motivates and deters people from saving for retirement.
I Had Been Fired and Evicted, and Still Retired at 27

I Had Been Fired and Evicted, and Still Retired at 27

The young founder of a real-estate firm describes how he made his first million.
When Workers Own the Company

When Workers Own the Company

Research suggests that employee stock-ownership plans boost output and engagement. These 7 steps will help your company create one.
10 Interesting Investments to Make in Your 20s

10 Interesting Investments to Make in Your 20s

Before you have any serious financial obligations, here are some things to put your money in that will pay off later in life.
Obama Proposes Retirement Account Program That May Require Employer Action

Obama Proposes Retirement Account Program That May Require Employer Action

In his latest State of the Union address, President Obama mentioned a new savings account for employees called 'myRA.'
Retiring at 27: Ambitious, Lazy or Crazy?

Retiring at 27: Ambitious, Lazy or Crazy?

A young real estate CEO made a plan to build up his net worth and check out in six years. Here's how he did it.
6 Myths About Retirement We Need to Retire

6 Myths About Retirement We Need to Retire

What you should know about your finances, 401(k), long-term care and more.
October Means It's Tax Time For Many Businesses

October Means It's Tax Time For Many Businesses

Most folks don't think about taxes until the spring, but October has some important tax deadlines for business owners.
Why Americans' Efforts to Save Still Don't Add Up (Infographic)

Why Americans' Efforts to Save Still Don't Add Up (Infographic)

While most people have some savings, 40 percent of Americans are not prepared for major life events like retirement.
Boomers Turn to Entrepreneurship as New Retirement Strategy

Boomers Turn to Entrepreneurship as New Retirement Strategy

Many workers ages 45 to 74 plan to start a business in later life, finds a new AARP survey.
Small-Business Owners, Employees Save More for Retirement Than Before Recession

Small-Business Owners, Employees Save More for Retirement Than Before Recession

Average balances in small-business retirement plans increased by 20 percent between 2007 and 2012, according to a study from Fidelity Investments.
Why Peer-to-Peer Lending Could Be a Good Investment Choice

Why Peer-to-Peer Lending Could Be a Good Investment Choice

Are you looking for better returns? Think about peer-to-peer lending.
We Need Smarter Business-Owner Retirement Plans, Not More (Opinion)

We Need Smarter Business-Owner Retirement Plans, Not More (Opinion)

Small-business owners' optimism often hinders their retirement planning. Behavioral economics has some ideas about what it would take to get you to plan for your golden years.
4 Obstacles to Early Retirement and How to Overcome Them

4 Obstacles to Early Retirement and How to Overcome Them

Do you dream of retiring early? You'd better get started now.
Accounting Software Giant Intuit Offers Health-Care, 401(k) Services

Accounting Software Giant Intuit Offers Health-Care, 401(k) Services

The maker of popular accounting tool QuickBooks has expanded its services into the world of employee benefits.
Five Retirement Plan Options for Your Business

Five Retirement Plan Options for Your Business

From IRAs to profit-sharing plans, learn which option is best to consider for your company's future.
Will Today's Entrepreneurs Ever Retire?

Will Today's Entrepreneurs Ever Retire?

Is your retirement plan to simply keep working until you drop? If so, you're not alone.

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