April is Financial Literacy Month, dedicated to increasing awareness of the need to support financial education programs and to helping educate the public on financial basics.
Whether you're a student looking to obtain some financial aid or you're older and wiser, you should still be financially literate
The younger folks that are entering adulthood need to be one step ahead if they want to succeed in today’s modern America.
Financial literacy is an incredibly important part of modern life It's a technological world with new currencies like Bitcoin. Internet banking and credit cards are considered a normal part of life.
There are many unknown factors when it comes to saving for your retirement. It can be a guessing game, especially when you don’t have the knowledgeable guidance of a financial professional.
The situation is dire when one looks at the statistics: since the 1970s, our personal savings rate has fallen from 12% to just 3% today.
If you were to take a basic financial literacy test, do you know how well you would score?
When it comes to calculating how much money you'll need for retirement, numbers can be tricky, but concepts are a lot easier to manage
There are 76 million Baby Boomers in the United States, and more than 40 million of whom are already age 65 or older. These Baby Boomers will retire at a rate of 10,000 per day for at least the next 15 years.
Americans are in the midst of a savings crisis. A massive 63% of Americans don’t have enough savings to withstand a $500 emergency.
A recent study gave some very interesting insights into the minds of these young adults, especially with regards to money and The American Dream.
By the age of 62, two-thirds of Americans have retired completely. At that age, many people are still physically able to do many jobs.
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.