Today’s bits – Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Millionaire?

Money & Investing

Which Stock Index Should You Invest In? – Index mutual funds and ETFs seek to mirror the performance of a particular stock index by holding the stocks that make up that index.

Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Millionaire? – Being a millionaire isn’t a ticket to mansions, yachts and caviar, as it once was, but the goal is more reachable than ever. According to Phoenix Marketing International, a firm that tracks the affluent market, nearly 6% of U.S. households now have investable assets of $1 million or more.

How to Budget Without Regular Paychecks – Successful budgeting tends to depend on two things: careful planning and a steady income. The first, anyone can do. The second may not be so simple. If you’re self-employed, you might be asking yourself, “But I don’t have a regular paycheck coming in — can I even set up a budget? Should I bother?” You can. And, yes, you definitely should.

We Do the Math: Save for Retirement or Pay Off Credit Card Debt? – Should you save for retirement or pay off credit card debt? If you’re carrying a card balance, you may be wrestling with whether to put all your resources into attacking the debt, or start building your retirement nest egg while you slowly pay off debt. Which one will give you a better net worth?

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Travel

 

3 Ways to Save on Air Travel – Going the less expensive route will still get you there, but with money to spare.

Retirement

People Underestimate Cost of Health Care in Retirement – A new white paper aims to help people get a better handle on health care costs in retirement.

Credit Card Deals

Discover it® Miles: The Best Credit Card Signup Bonus Out There Right Now? – When it comes to credit cards, Discover Card does things differently in a very good way. Most Discover cards have no annual fee, no foreign transaction fees, and never charge a penalty interest rate. More importantly, Discover continues to win both raving fans and industry awards for its outstanding customer service that’s 100 percent U.S.-based. In addition, many Discover cards will now match all of the rewards you earn during your first year as a cardmember.

Can A Credit Card Actually Help You Save? – Most people don’t know there’s a really simple way to free up more money for savings — and it doesn’t require making huge lifestyle sacrifices. The trick is to stop throwing money away on interest payments.

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