Retained Earnings vs. Net Income

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Companies have several different types of earnings, each of which provide different information about their revenues and insight into their financial health. On a company’s balance sheet—which is a key piece of information in evaluating a company’s stock value—it will report details about its expenses and earnings, including retained earnings and net income. Net income […]

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What Are Mutual Funds? Understanding The Basics

If you’re one of those investors with very little time to research and invest in individual stocks, it might be a good idea to look into investing in mutual funds. Whether your goal is to save money for retirement, or for a down payment to buy a house, mutual funds are low-cost and effective way …

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How to Use TreasuryDirect for Low-Risk Investing

Investing is all about balancing risk and reward. Many investments that offer potentially great rewards, such as stocks, come with tremendous risk, particularly in the short term. The risk of losing 40% of your investment value — as what happened after the 2008 crash — in a single year is enough to make many people […]

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13 Easy Ways to Invest with Little Money

This page may include affiliate links. Please see the disclosure page for more information. A common misbelief is that one must be rich to invest. It’s easy to invest with little money in a variety of assets and save for your goals. More platforms let you “micro invest” and purchase small amounts of expensive assets.  Even if…

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401k Contribution Limits And Rules

The IRS has released their 401k contribution guidelines for the 2021 tax year. How much can you contribute to your retirement account in 2021?

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Time-Based vs Opportunistic Rebalancing

Rob discusses two basic approaches to rebalance your portfolio. The easiest approach is time-based and the second approach is market-based.Rob discusses two basic approaches to rebalance your portfolio. The easiest approach is time-based and the second approach is market-based.

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