Editor’s note: This article is part of a bi-monthly column in partnership with South Texas Money Management.As Millennials age (yes, they do!) and start families, many are compelled to own a home instead of rent, but this should not be an automatic response.
The average household with credit card debt has a balance totaling more than $16,000 and pays nearly $1,300 annually in interest.
The ramifications of the Great Recession have shown to be wide-reaching, including exacerbating the decline in the rate of fertility in the United States.
The decision to lease or purchase a vehicle can be overwhelming, and there is no easy answer as to what’s the better call.
Of all the major industries, the transportation industry will likely be the most transformed during the upcoming decade.
Some of the wealthiest people I’ve met are some of the most serious about saving, even in small, unconventional ways that others might not notice or find ludicrous.
Despite all the improvement in driver safety technology, 2015 marked the greatest percentage rise in auto fatalities in the U.S. since 2008.
A lot has been said regarding the imminent death of brick and mortal retail.
The cable industry is rediscovering that content is the critical king (or queen) and the customer always wins.
Editor’s Note: This is the second of a bi-monthly column in partnership with South Texas Money Management.