According to Student Loan Hero, Americans owe more than $1.56 trillion in student loan debt. If you’re having trouble paying your student loans, we explain what to do in this Question of the Week.
If your tax refund is less than you anticipated, you are not alone. We explained what probably happened in this week’s Tax Tip.
How does your plan compare to the most recent survey results from the Plan Sponsor Council of America? Find out in this week’s Financial Tip.
Repaying student loans is an important financial obligation. But doing so can take many years of dedication and sacrifice. We walk you through some options in this Question of the Week.
You thought you were getting a refund and SURPRISE…You Owe! If you owe the IRS, but can’t pay the bill, we explain your options in this Question of the Week.
Whether you are filing taxes on your own or hiring a tax preparer, you’ll want to make sure you have all of your information organized to make the process of filing your taxes easier. We explain in this Question of the Week.
Before you start putting together an investment portfolio, you should consider a few of these well-recognized guidelines. We explain in this Question of the Week.
Henssler Research Analyst Jacob Keen answers our “Money Talks” question of the week, “Should I invest in stocks or mutual funds?”
A DRIP automatically reinvests your shareholder dividends in more shares of the same company’s stock. When you are due a dividend, you are issued more shares of stock instead of a cash dividend payment. In some cases, the issuing company will cover the broker’s fees and may even provide the additional shares at a discounted…
Henssler Associate Melanie Wells, CFP®, answers our “Money Talks” question of the week, “How can I reduce my spending?”