Answered By: Barbara Coffey
Last Updated: Sep 20, 2019     Views: 27

Personal finance is a broad topic including a person's entire financial life.  This topic includes getting and paying back loans for school, cars or homes.  It include tax strategies. It includes saving for retirement or other goals as well as investing. 

There are many online resources with calculators and articles. 

For instance, there are dozens of websites on investing, the stock market and market commentary.  A sampling of these include the following:

  • Business Insider
  • CNBC
  • FT
  • Bloomberg

Please use online content on all personal finance matters for information gathering.  Consult a financial advisor or lawyer for help with your specific questions.

 

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