• How to choose between buying a starter home and a forever home

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    Summary List Placement The homebuying process requires you to make a lot of decisions. One of the most basic questions to ask yourself is what type of home you want to buy. Should you buy a starter home or a forever home?
    What are starter homes and forever homes?
    A starter home is a place you don't plan on living in forever. You'll probably stay for five years or less. Maybe you're planning on moving once you have kids or get a job in another city.
    A forever home is a home you plan to live in for a long time, possibly for the rest of your life. It could be larger and have features like a...
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  • A millennial couple paid off $123,000 in student loans in a year by making 4 straightforward lifestyle changes

    A millennial couple paid off $123,000 in student loans in a year by making 4 straightforward lifestyle changes

    8 days ago - By Business Insider


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  • Yes, making $500,000 a year makes you rich. Why do you ask?

    Yes, making $500,000 a year makes you rich. Why do you ask?

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    Summary List Placement Once again, the "who's really rich?" conversation has reared its head.
    It was kicked off over the weekend by MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle, who said many people who make $500,000 or more in income don't consider themselves rich - a claim that is true, in my experience. After all, a few hundred thousand dollars isn't a lot of money after you've spent it.
    Journalist Matt Zeitlin can't believe we're still doing this , arguing over whether making a half-million dollars - higher than 98% of American families' incomes - makes you rich, as President Biden proposes to raise taxes...
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