Many Americans get depressed once they quit working. Studies show that retiring can actually increase your risk of getting depressed by 40%! So much for golden years.
Should you focus on your retirement planning, or planning for your children’s college tuition?
Nearly 60% of Americans don’t have enough money saved to take care of an unplanned expense.
About 4 million people retire every year. When the day finally comes that you clock out of work for the last time, will you be ready?
September is Life Insurance Awareness Month. Making a decision regarding your life insurance - and which type of life insurance - might turn out to be one of the most important decisions of all.
46% of employees spend at least three hours every week trying to solve their own problems rather than concentrating on their job or trying to do better work.
. As time rolls on, the shadow of your later years starts to creep up on you, and for some this feeling may even come as early as their thirties.
A basic estate plan is an important financial document for everyone to have, whether you think you need one or not.
Your Social Security benefit at full retirement age is based on your highest 35 years of earnings
Millennials may be able to teach Boomers some valuable lessons about how to manage their money
Two-thirds of working Americans age 55-64 have retirement savings far below what they will need to maintain their standard of living in retirement.
Older Americans are more likely to be at risk of identity theft, and while many are over the age of 50 or 60, there are still a significant number in their 40s being affected.
For a highly educated generation, Millennials show surprising ineptitude in certain areas of money management.
The cybersecurity community and major media have largely concurred on the prediction that cyber-crime damages will cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021.