Yahoo Web Search

  1. Ads
    related to Ohio Living
  1. Retirees Need Emergency Funds Too

    Kiplinger via Yahoo FinanceApr 04 15:23 PM

    You may think of an emergency fund as the cash stash to keep when you are working, with employees typically advised to save six months' worth of living expenses in the event of a job ...

  2. How Much You Need to Live Comfortably in 50 Major US Cities

    GOBankingRates via Yahoo FinanceApr 04 9:00 AM

    With the average salary in each major U.S. city falling well short of what's needed to live comfortably there, the study should make it clear that a lot of America's urbanites probably have ...

  3. Do You Make Enough to Live Comfortably in These 5 Major Cities?

    GOBankingRates via Yahoo FinanceApr 12 20:00 PM

    This study evaluated the cost of living by analyzing the annual cost of necessities, rent or mortgage costs and median household income between 2016 and 2019. Many residents are struggling ...

  4. In a study provided exclusively to USA TODAY, GasBuddy assessed the best day to fill up and the worst day to fill up nationwide and in each state. While Monday is the best day on average nationwide ...

  5. 50 Cheapest Places to Retire Across Middle America

    GOBankingRates via Yahoo FinanceApr 09 9:02 AM

    To determine the cheapest places to retire across Middle America — which for this study is defined as Midwestern states and other states with no coastline on the ocean — GOBankingRates analyzed ...

  6. The Most and Least Affordable Cities for Foodies

    GOBankingRates via Yahoo FinanceApr 09 9:02 AM

    You can expect to spend an average of $300.86 per month on groceries. Almost 20 percent of the city’s population has low access to a grocery store, and none of its restaurants are ranked in ...

  7. Get a Head Start on College Savings

    Kiplinger via Yahoo FinanceApr 04 17:13 PM

    If I weren't already sure that we were a match made in personal finance heaven, that moment would have confirmed it: He was looking up projected college costs a couple of decades down the road ...

  8. Liz Weston: Your 401(k) just got more valuable

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceApr 08 16:24 PM

    If your tax refund this year was disappointing, you may be able to do something about it: Contribute more to a retirement fund. Tax-deductible contributions to 401(k)s, IRAs and other retirement ...

  9. Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett is one of the richest men alive, yet he's known to live well below his means. "When we first started Bluemercury in 1999, we had little capital to build ...

  10. Would you keep working longer than you want to, or under-fund your own retirement, if it meant your children wouldn't have to take on student loan debt? A lot of millennials would be willing ...

  1. Ads
    related to Ohio Living