As you celebrate this year, take a moment to consider your own independence, which is closely tied to your financial situation.
Research shows women may be wiser investors than men. Women tend to have lower financial risk tolerance than men and make smarter, more calculated decisions about their investments.
The rate of hiring college graduates in 2019 is up 11% from last year and after several years of economic growth, wages are finally starting to rise too.
More than 75 percent of American families weigh the cost of a college during their selection process. The affordability of overseas colleges is attracting more US students.
When you retire, you leave behind many things—the daily stresses of work, commuting, maybe your old home. What you don't leave behind is a tax bill
Many Americans are woefully unprepared for retirement, with too little savings, unrealistic ideas about when retirement will occur, and no clear plan for paying for healthcare in retirement
Experts say the greatest challenge older American face is planning for and financing long-term care. Most of the 8 million Americans who require long term care are over the age of 65.
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.
It's Single Working Women's Week. While the earnings gender gap is an ongoing conversation, many women have ditched their 9 – 5 job in favor of starting a business.