62% of Americans reported money was a significant source of stress in their lives. Money plays a critical role in our lives, and not having enough of it impacts health as well as performance.
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Wealth is not something that happens haphazardly - building wealth takes time and has to be done carefully, deliberately, and strategically.
Debt can ruin a retirement, especially for women. Here are some debts that need your attention before your retirement day arrives
Understanding what your net worth is and how you stack up against others in your age group will help you gauge how much you can spend versus save on an annual basis.
A 529 plan just got more interesting. New laws have made it possible to use the money in a 529 plan to pay for a K-12 private school in certain states
We all want what is referred to as Financial Wellness - a healthy overall financial picture and the resulting quality of life
Higher costs are making a dent in the demand and creating a cooling real estate market. Mortgage applications fell to a four-year low recently
If you haven’t gotten your finances in order, now’s the time to do it. Only 28% of Americans are considered “financially healthy” while more than half (55%) are just coping.
More than 60 percent of Americans have less than $1,000 in their savings accounts, and 21 percent don’t even have a savings account. Millennials are doing better than average.
The Federal Reserve recently increased interest rates by a quarter point and the rate hike is set to increase even further- possibly three more times in 2019.
Identity theft is on the rise, and Americans are in more danger than ever before. Account takeovers have increased 61 percent since 2015 and resulted in $2 billion in losses.
The holiday season is here! It's a time for giving but unless you monitor your spending and credit card activity, there are some costly blunders that can be made.
What can be done to weather another potential downturn? Here are some things that may help in a financial storm
As the Boomer generation moves towards retirement, the next three decades are going to see a shift in generational wealth the like of which the United States has never seen
The number of people in the United States retiring with less than $10,000 saved has dropped 13 points from 55 percent to 42 percent.
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.