As the old saying goes, "The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry."
These three rules provide a solid foundation for a lifelong financial plan.
An unexpected need to pay elementary school tuition cost us far more than we had bargained for.
Perhaps the best benefit from trying comes in reaching financial freedom.
A long-term focus works for investors and the companies they buy.
These companies offer investors both decent income, and potential income growth.
What better way to focus on the long term than to own companies that tend to pay their shareholders more each and every year?
Your time, money, and health are key priorities to address in your retirement plan.
Why offer an interest-free loan of your money to Uncle Sam?
Social Security may provide the foundation for most people's retirement plans, but that foundation has gaps.
Time is running out to get yourself set up for success when tax filing season starts up early next year.
It takes more than just a high yield to make a dividend stock worth owning.
Once you have enough to comfortably cover your costs, why keep working?
The market will do what the market will do. Don’t think it’s your friend.
Value investing is all about being willing to buy solid companies when the market throws a sale.
Buffett is a huge fan of strong cash generation at a reasonable price.
Canada, Belgium, and Israel have businesses that investors should keep an eye on.
There are factors far more important than yield when it comes to picking good dividend-paying stocks.
When the market gets tough, the tough go bargain hunting.
Well-chosen small-cap companies can often provide better returns than their larger counterparts.