Home » Money Management » Page 54

Money Management

Personal finance and money management can be very confusing. Most people know that optimizing their finances is important but few feel confident that they have the knowledge to do so.

At Dyer News we stay on top of the latest economic trends, financial products, and money management strategies in order to provide the knowledge to help you use the money you have today to live the life you want.

Learn to make your money work for you. Whether it’s getting debt free or investment advice we have you covered.

The Good and Bad About Target Date Funds 2

If you are one of the millions of Americans who save for retirement by contributing to a 401(k) there's a good chance you've at least heard of target date funds (TDFs). That's because these funds have become one of the most popular investment options for 401(k)s or other retirement investing...

October Jobs Report Arrives Ahead of Election Day

As the Washington Post reports, the final jobs report that will be released before the 2016 presidential election arrived today, bringing some mostly positive but slightly mixed news. The good: the U.S. economy added 161,000 jobs last month. The bad: that's slightly less than the 173,000 jobs that economists had...

What Do Millennials Know About Finance?

This past week a new sitcom titled The Great Indoors debuted on CBS. The program starring Joel McHale has been noted for playing upon stereotypes that the those in the Millennial generation are overly sensitive, technology dependent, lazy members of society. But, in order for those jokes to land, the general...

Money at 30: The Student Debt Crisis and What Can Be Done 13

Whether you’re a Millennial, Gen Xer, or a Baby Boomer there’s a good chance you’ve heard a lot about student loans and debt as of late. Due to numerous factors ranging from the rising cost of tuition to a soft job market for graduates during and following the great recession,...

Why You Should Set Your 2017 Money Goals Now

As of today there are only two months left in the rollercoaster year that has been 2016. Skipping past all the holidays and major U.S. events that will happen between now and then, the big question is do you have your financial new year's resolutions prepared? While it may seem strange...

Red vs. Blue: Which States Have More Personal Debt?

With the 2016 presidential election now less than two weeks away, you've likely been seeing several electoral maps filling your Twitter feed as well as 24-hour news channels constantly running through likely map scenarios for November 8th. As has become customary over the past few cycles, these maps break the...

Money at 30: Savings Milestones for Millennials 3

It seems that most of the personal finance articles you read these days are about one thing: getting out of debt. That's certainly understandable considering that the credit card debt in the U.S. is headed toward $1 trillion this year and that student loan debt — perhaps the biggest financial...

Save Money with a Holiday Shopping Game Plan 14

We're are now just about a month away from the start of yet another holiday shopping season. Although it might seem like plenty of time, rest assured that Black Friday will be here before you know and then — suddenly — it's Chrismas Eve. That's why now is the time...