Tim Parker

Tim Parker has a Bachelors and Masters in Education and is the owner of ECS, a company specializing in financial and small business content for print and online media. His work is published on many of the best known media outlets as well as magazines, industry publications, and newspapers. He also runs breakingfinancenews.com and bibledollar.com. He loves all things creative and is passionate about volunteering in the nonprofit sector. Tim lives in Florida where he often sets up a mobile office on the Gulf of Mexico beaches.

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  1. Retirement Savings

    Maxing Out Your 401(k) is Profitable: Here's Why

    It's shocking, but most American workers (73%) have no 401(k) retirement funds. Start saving now to anchor your retirement.
  2. Trading Strategy

    The Two-Hour-A-Day Trading Plan

    A lot of stock activity takes place at the beginning and end of the trading day. Find out how you can use this to benefit your investing strategy.
  3. Retirement Savings

    8 Reasons to Roll Over Your 401(k) to an IRA

    Switching jobs? Moving your retirement savings into an IRA has advantages that may allow you to build a larger nest egg.
  4. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    How to Make Credit Card Rewards Worth It

    Credit card rewards may make the price of a premium card worth it, but only if you spend enough. Be sure to do the math before you decide.
  5. Retirement Living

    You Might Retire Late – But Be Ready by 62

    Be realistic about retirement age when you're doing financial planning. Here are some reasons many workers find themselves forced to retire before 70.
  6. Retirement Savings

    5 Secrets You Didn't Know About 401(k)s

    If your employer offers a 401(k), that should be your first stop for retirement savings – especially if your contributions are matched.
  7. Buzz & Trending

    The Dangers of Flying Business Class

    Think twice about that upgrade. Your cellphone's batteries can get crushed, smolder and burn in business.
  8. Retirement Savings

    65 or More? Best-Ever Medical Deductions End Dec. 31

    2016 is the last year that seniors only have to reach 7.5% of adjusted gross income before deducting medical costs. Have elective procedures by year end.
  9. Debt

    Debt After Death: Do Kids Owe for Parents?

    More and more Americans are dying while in debt. Are children responsible for the debts of their parents? What’s the scoop on parental debt after death?
  10. College Tuition

    How to Avoid Student Loan Forgiveness Scams

    If someone tries to make you pay to get 'Obama student loan forgiveness,' don't fall for it. The lowdown on this scam – and legit ways to handle debt.
  11. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    Airbnb Hosts: Refinancing Your Home Could Be Tougher

    If you host people through Airbnb, you could be unable to get a home-equity loan.
  12. Budgeting & Savings

    Bumped from Your Flight? What Airlines Owe You

    If you're involuntarily bumped from your flight, you may be entitled to cash compensation up to four times the value of your ticket.
  13. High Net Worth Strategy

    Finding Non-Callable Bonds No One Can Take Away

    Low interest rates have led to nearly $250 billion in bonds being called in, leaving investors in the lurch. How to find non-callable bonds.
  14. College Tuition

    5 Ways To Increase Your Chances Of Getting A Job After College

    Reports show that new college grads are either unemployed or under employed. Here's how to increase your chances of getting a job.
  15. Social Security

    Social Security Backs Down on Smartphone Security Rule

    Seniors can't text a security code to get into their online Social Security accounts if they don't have a smartphone. Social Security backs off.
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