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The right time to open a savings account is now.

How to start saving money today, even if you think you have nothing to spare

If you're considering opening a savings account, there is no better time than right now, according to financial planners. Whether you're saving for an emergency or planning the ultimate vacation, keeping your money in a secure place should be a priority.
Instead of an early retirement, some people opt for a mini-retirement. (Pictured: Dinah Chutz)

Forget early retirement — people who saved enough money to travel for weeks or years say a ‘mini-retirement’ is just as rewarding

Early retirement isn't always feasible. Instead, some opt for a mini-retirement, a series of meaningful respites throughout life away from your career instead of a final retirement at the end. Pick up savings tips for a mini-retirement of your own from people who took one.
Ignore these money tips and you'll regret it.

13 pieces of money advice you can’t afford to ignore

The best money advice is often the simplest. We rounded up tips on saving and investing from financial planners, bestselling authors, and even Warren Buffett, to help you save and earn the most money.
Stay the course and you'll be successful.

JPMorgan’s head of financial planning shares his 5 best tips to start investing

JPMorgan's Michael Liersch has some tips for new investors: have a plan, manage perspective, and stay the course. He also recommends that investors ask someone else — a friend, family member, or financial adviser — to look at their investment strategy and challenge it.
While millennials have benefitted from higher incomes, the increase hasn't kept up with the inflated cost of living.

7 ways life is more expensive today for American millennials than previous generations

The financial struggle for millennials is real. Compared with Gen Xers and baby boomers, they shoulder a different financial burden. While millennials have benefitted from an increase in income, it hasn't kept up with the inflated cost of living.
Millennials born in the 1980s are at greater risk of accumulating less wealth during their lives, according to a new report by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

The ‘lost generation’ of millennials born in the 1980s may never be as rich as their parents

Millennials face unique financial struggles, and those born in the 1980s might have the worst of it. This millennial cohort is at the risk of becoming a "lost generation" that accumulates less wealth during their lives, according to a new report by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
How much money you need to save depends on where you live.

The 25 best places to live if you want to save a lot of money

How much money you need to save depends on where you live. Bankrate.com recently revealed the best places in the US to build a savings account for six months' worth of expenses. See where your metro falls in the top 25.

Here are the ages you financially peak at everything throughout life — from salary to net worth

Your retirement account is most likely to hit $1 million around age 59.

Most people probably don’t know Goldman Sachs offers a savings account with excellent perks — and anyone can use it with just $1

A savings account from Goldman Sachs offers depositors a high yield and no costs. Marcus is available for anybody to open an account.
About 90% of American taxpayers recently got a paycheck boost.

Millennials are making better decisions with their money than most people realize — and how they spend their tax refunds proves it

Millennials are more likely to be saving, investing, or paying down debt with the extra boost to their paychecks from tax reform.