Outside of making a final mortgage payment, few financial events in our lives give us as much pleasure as a credit card statement showing a zero balance.
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Honestly evaluating your financial situation can be both liberating and painful. It can bruise your ego if you don’t like what you see.
When it comes to the "1099 vs. W2" debate, it can be tough for both workers and companies to choose which route to take.
One of the hardest parts of caring for aging parents is tracking down where their money is and who is in charge of managing it.
In its broadest sense, fintech is the marriage of financial services and technology to make life simpler and faster for the consumer.
Long-term care insurance helps cover the cost of a nursing home, assisted living facility, or home health aide if you become unable to care for yourself.
Maintaining a high functioning work-life balance can be challenging, especially if you have no choice but to work from home given the current situation.
While nothing is ever guaranteed, several jobs and industries are more shielded from the negative effects of a down economy.
If your job is eliminated or you’re laid off through no fault of your own, you are likely eligible for unemployment benefits.
According to a marketplace survey on burnout by Deloitte, 77% of professionals surveyed have experienced burnout in their current job.
It’s admirable to have financial objectives. But people sometimes set a money-related goal without examining what needs to happen to make it a reality.
Disability insurance could very well be the most important component of the benefits package you build for yourself as a self-employed individual.
Until legitimate progress is made in flattening the novel coronavirus outbreak's curve, financial markets will continue to struggle.
Today’s workforce reflects the evolution of a service-oriented economy: six of the 10 largest U.S. employers are retailers or fast-food chains.
For those who are fortunate enough to be healthy and employed in these uncertain times, it’s not too late to apply for disability insurance.
For some, it's a sigh of relief to be able to work in their pajamas. For others, it’s a painful adjustment to working outside of a structured environment.
The best personal finance blogs cover a variety of topics. After all, fiscal health isn’t just about how well you save or invest.
There are infinite resources on how to get a job. But there isn’t nearly as much advice on how to leave a job, whether voluntary or involuntary.
The main question to ask is: Would losing most or all of my income due to a disability bring financial harm to my family or household?
The results of this exam will help determine how much you will pay — and in rare cases, whether you even qualify — for your coverage.
As you stay on top of the latest developments and take the necessary precautions, now may be an ideal time to review your insurance.
The spread of the novel coronavirus has prompted calls for more laws to require employers to pay workers for time off during an illness.
Common types of coverage experimenting with this approach include renters, homeowners, auto, liability, and health insurance.
Accidents rank as the third leading cause of death, but you’re seven times more likely to die from heart disease or cancer.
According to the Pew Research Center, about 15 percent of middle-aged adults are providing financial support to both an aging parent and a child.
The best way to make buying insurance a breeze? Research. The more you know going in, the more confident you will be throughout the process.
Robo-advisors are an option for beginning investors who lack financial knowledge, but may not have enough assets to work with a professional.