Like most lengthy endeavors, your financial journey has a number of milestones you are supposed to reach to know you’re on track.
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You may be willing to save aggressively and trim your budget dramatically. But are you ready to do it consistently for years?
Ancillary benefits are available to businesses of all sizes and budgets and have wide-ranging value for both employers and employees.
Living within your means doesn’t have to be painful. With adequate planning and discipline, you can make the adjustments needed to make it a reality.
The realities of the pandemic should prompt you to think more carefully about the benefits you sign up for rather than just electing the status quo.
If a rainy day fund is intended to pay for the minor inconveniences of life, then the emergency fund is for the unexpected deluge.
One of the most important features of an HSA is that the money you contribute to it can be rolled over from year to year, making it a useful savings tool.
If you decide that an insurance policy would be helpful to protect your financial stability, you'll want to start looking at coverage options.
What makes digital nomads different from their predecessors is technology has made it easier to earn a living without a permanent home or office.
Coworking spaces are still proving to be a viable alternative to working from home or a coffee shop for many of the newly self-employed.
Possessing financial literacy means you understand and can apply financial concepts toward better money management and wealth creation.
Outstanding medical bills don’t have to ruin your finances. Here are a few tips on how to deal with medical debt and avoid it altogether.
It is recommended that all businesses have commercial auto insurance even if they have only a few vehicles titled to them.
Many people are looking back with dismay over not being prepared for an economic downturn. How have you fared? And what have you learned?
In the last decade, crowdfunding has become an option to help people struggling to pay medical bills. Here's where the practice stands in 2020.
As a senior or a person approaching that stage of life, insurance is still an essential part of your financial security.
Most people are underinsured. That’s often of their own doing, as people want to spend as little as possible on a product they never plan to use.
Insurtech company leverages its technology platform to provide a quick, convenient way for American workers to protect their income.
This checklist includes 8 action steps you can take to ensure that your experience before and after you move into your new home is a positive one.
As the gig economy grows, there are calls for changing what many see as an antiquated benefits system that is tied to full-time employment.
Many people have accident insurance to avoid using their savings to pay expenses associated with an accident they’ve suffered.
Today, 45% of consumers research but don't buy life insurance online; they still prefer to purchase with an agent or financial advisor.
Automating humdrum tasks like payroll, tax filing, and invoicing frees up time and lets you focus your unique talents on helping your business succeed.
Creating and sticking to a budget is hard. This is true whether you're creating your first budget or you’ve done it for years.
Millennials want an employer that offers them more than just a paycheck; they want an employer that will provide them with a feeling of well-being.
Arguably the best known and most widely respected of all the rating services for insurance companies is AM Best Company.
In the event of disability, many people carrying student loan debt will seek a Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) discharge.