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I saved $100,000 before age 25 with the help of one 1 app

Personal Capital, a personal finance app, helped her see where she was spending, what she was saving, and how she could save more towards my goal.
Keri Gailloux lives in a school bus.

A retiree converted a school bus into a tiny home and now travels the country. Take a look inside her home on wheels.

Keri Gailloux now travels around the country full time in her home, a $45,000 converted school bus.

9 of the most tax-friendly states for retirees who want to save money

Wyoming, Nevada, and Delaware are the best states for retirement taxes, thanks to low income, property and sales taxes.
Joejuan Williams told the Boston Globe that he's taking his finances seriously, and not treating a second NFL contract like it's promised.

Patriots rookie is saving and investing 90% of his paychecks so he can ‘live like a prince’ for the rest of his life

Joejuan Williams told the Boston Globe that he's taking his finances seriously, and not treating a second NFL contract like it's promised.
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My retirement savings lost $138 within a month of opening my IRA, but I’m not worried about it

About a month after opening a Wealthsimple SEP IRA, she noticed her investments had lost 1.2% of their value. But she didn't mind.

13 places everyone will be flocking to for retirement in the 2020s

Retirees are flocking to Alaska, Nevada, and Colorado for low costs of living, low taxes, and low healthcare costs.
Karen Stermitz with the couple's overlanding vehicle while camping in Oaxaca, Mexico.

A retired couple who travels full-time has 3 go-to strategies to make their savings last for years

Joe and Karen Stermitz are driving around the world in retirement. They travel in inexpensive countries, camp, and prioritize spending to do it.

7 signs you can’t afford to spoil your grandkids the way you want

From taking on debt to having a negative cash flow, there are red flags you may not be able to afford to give your grandkids everything you wish.
Being good with money doesn't come naturally to most people.

A fifth of Americans feel financially unprepared, even though they’re doing the best thing for their future

Between retirement savings, debt, and income, there are several factors contributing to a healthy financial life — or at least, the perception of one.