Until someone actually discovers the fountain of youth, we all have to face planning for retirement so we can finance our older years.
If you have children, college is one of the major expenses that lies ahead. Many families are saving as much as they can, but for some, it’s not enough.
According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, households run by someone 65 and older spend an average of $45,756 per year. That works out to $3,813 every month.
Millennials could take a lesson from Baby Boomers when it comes to financial advisors and planning for the future.
10,000 Baby Boomers are turning 65 every day from now until 2030. The future costs of long-term care should be a top concern for soon-to-be retirees.
Millennials constitute the largest segment of new homeowners in the country.and they're impacting the housing market in a big way.
Almost 12 and half million people in America have borrowed between $10,000 and $25,000 for their college education.
If you’re nearing retirement age, then you will be thinking about the next chapter in your life. Before you hit the age of 65, you’ll want to be prepared
If you’ve ever made a major purchase that required ongoing payments, then you’re familiar with the importance of your credit score, and how it can affect interest rates.
Research shows that 35 percent of people who are experiencing stress in their marriage say it's due to disagreements about money
As a new generation of graduates gets ready to enter the workplace new financial concerns take center stage.
Here are some tips to point you in the direction of smart personal finance decisions:
If you’re prioritizing convenience and immediate satisfaction by eating into your future financial stability, you could be shooting yourself in the foot.
Without an accurate understanding of what your monthly and annual expenses are you’re not able to plan efficiently for your future.
Despite the new tax plan, many Americans are still looking for ways to save on taxes and increase income in retirement
The cost of college has risen so much that it’s almost impossible for many young Americans to go to college without a loan. Today, one in every four Americans has student loan debt.
Every year, the month of October is designated as Financial Planning Month, and with the end of the year approaching, it is a good opportunity to review your finances and make or review your financial plan.
If you’re one of the very few Americans who are completely debt-free, then congratulations, and read no further. However, if you’re like the rest of us, then this applies to you
For most of us, wealth isn’t something that arrives on our doorstep unexpectedly. Here are some ideas to guide you on your wealth-building journey.
There is a tendency of older, “wiser” folk to dismiss the views of a younger generation. However, millennials may be able to teach Boomers some interesting lessons about how to manage money.