From debt to savings, housing and investing, Farnoosh shares her advice on how to best manage your money now — if and when the Coronavirus leads to more job losses, stock market losses and a recession.
As experts are finding out, for the women who do invest, they’re incredibly good at it.
In the middle of handling your transition from office to office, you’ll also have to consider what to do with your retirement funds.
If you’re one of many Americans with no plan for retirement, no investments and not making contributions, here’s the skinny, a few basics, to retirement planning to get you started today.
Jessica asks on Facebook: My husband and I just paid off one of our cars and we have that extra $500 to use towards something else. What should it be?
@Kesjv81d (aka Victor) asks me: I’m 50. At what age should you start moving investments to a safer place?