Life & Money

Is improving your financial health on your "To Do" list?

If you're ready to build a healthier relationship with your money, these resources can help you learn how.

A good plan and long time horizon can help young people beat their fears of market volatility.

In investing, as in life, it is possible to have too much of a good thing.

Listening to a myth can lead you to invest in a way that doesn't suit your needs.

In 10 minutes, you can determine your investor type and see sample portfolios that may suit that type.

A key factor to consider when making investment decisions is your tolerance for risk.

The UC Retirement Savings Plans can give you a built-in way to buy low and sell high.

Some of the oldest advice is still the best: Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.

Many people evaluate investment performance by asking just one question: Did it go up?

If there’s one constant you can count on in life, it’s that things change.