While social media is a legitimate way to learn important financial terms and concepts, It’s a “buyer beware” market as well.
Our family health history impacts the potential health problems that will affect us, which in turn can have an impact on our financial decision-making.
You may feel perfectly fine today and find yourself unable to work tomorrow. A disabling illness or accident can occur at any time.
Financial and mental instability often go hand-in-hand and tend to magnify each other, leading to a downward spiral that worsens over time.
Creating generational wealth requires accumulating assets that you don't use so you can pass them along to your children when you pass away.
If you have a student loan, you may get some relief. President Biden has indicated his inclination to forgive a portion of outstanding student loans.
Though it's a current trend in the investing world, the roots of socially responsible investing can be traced back more than 200 years.
If you find yourself yearning for more goods and services because you now have more money to spend, then lifestyle creep has you in its clutches.
According to the Federal Reserve’s Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households, 25% of adults have no retirement savings or pension at all.
Unlearning the common money myths debunked here will help you live a more balanced financial life with a lot less stress.
End-of-life planning involves your health care, financial assets and liabilities, funeral arrangements, insurance planning, and overall estate plan.
If you just received a four-figure bill in the mail, don’t worry that owing that amount of money will lower your credit score several points.
Most people don’t think about avoiding a personal financial crisis until they’re in the midst of one. But there are plenty of actions you can start taking now.
If you are looking for an income stream that you won’t outlive, or want to provide financially for your spouse or heirs, you may find an annuity beneficial.
Some people think all debt is bad. Others think debt is the normal way of life. The reality of debt lies in the middle.
Whether you’re a new couple or empty nesters, the “dual income, no kids” lifestyle has plenty of pros and cons to consider.
Like most lengthy endeavors, your financial journey has a number of milestones you are supposed to reach to know you’re on track.
You may be willing to save aggressively and trim your budget dramatically. But are you ready to do it consistently for years?
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.
If a rainy day fund is intended to pay for the minor inconveniences of life, then the emergency fund is for the unexpected deluge.
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.
Many people are looking back with dismay over not being prepared for an economic downturn. How have you fared? And what have you learned?
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.
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.
In the event of disability, many people carrying student loan debt will seek a Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) discharge.
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.