With so many different things competing for your attention, it’s easy to let financial planning slide. It may not be something you want to do, but it is something you need to do.
Most Americans have some sort of debt. Having debt doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad thing if it is controlled and you pay the monthly amount on time, every month
Many people over the age of 65 will need some assistance when it comes to daily living tasks. A side effect of the health crisis in America is that many older folks will need someone to help take care of them at some point.
Setting realistic and achievable goals, following a strategic plan to make progress toward them, and tracking your progress is the key to success in attaining your financial goals.
Americans who fall into Generation X are worried about retiring. They feel they’d find it harder than other generations to retire comfortably or even be able to retire at all.
The average pre-retirement Boomer only has about $9000 per year in retirement income headed their way and a shocking one-third of Americans say they have zero retirement savings.
One of the things to consider is where to live and what the cost of living will be when you retire. These are the most expensive states for retirees.
Women of all ages and backgrounds struggle with the pressure to earn enough, access education, care for a family, and plan for retirement. Financial literacy guides financial decisions
Women of all ages and backgrounds struggle with the pressure to earn enough, access education, care for a family and plan for retirement. Making educated financial decisions is essential.
It’s very interesting to see how men and women in America are budgeting and living across the gender gap.