Advice Chaser Blog
Informal Loans to Family and Friends
Mixing debt with personal relationships can be risky. Are there situations in which you can give a friend or family member an informal loan?
How to Save for Retirement If Your Employer Doesn’t Offer a Plan
How can you save for retirement when you don’t have an employer-provided 401(k)? IRAs and solo 401(k)s are a few options.
Will You Save Money Driving a Beater?
By giving up luxury, you could save thousands. Or could you? Is it actually a smart budget choice to drive a beater car?
Index Funds and Mutual Funds, Compared
Two popular types of funds are actively managed mutual funds and index funds. Today, we’ll look into the similarities and differences between them.
SSI and SSDI: Navigating Disability Assistance in the US
There is no one program that covers all disabled Americans. Depending on your work history and income, you may qualify for SSI, SSDI, or both.
Is It Possible to Get Addicted to Stock Trading?
In a few people, stock trading begins to behave like a gambling addiction—and, like a gambling addiction, it has dire consequences.
Should You Go Mortgage Free?
If you’re making good headway on your financial goals, you may want to figure out whether trying to go mortgage free is right for you.
Can You Really Earn Passive Income?
A lot of “passive income” ideas are really scams, encouraging you to spend money on something that won’t actually let you quit your job.
Where Did My Money Go?
Wondering where your money went? It’s time to learn how to track your spending after the fact.
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