College expenses can be crippling if you are not prepared. Giving your children the best start in life is a praiseworthy goal, but you need to be ready for the capital outlay needed
Once you have retired, you may want to take some trips and enjoy yourself. Before you do that of course, you have all your finances squared away
Heading into your retirement, one should take a look at prioritizing which debts to focus on before you hang up your hat for the last time
It’s an exciting time to be a college graduate. A new survey from the National Association of Colleges and Employers shows that the rate of hiring of college graduates in 2019 is up 11% from last year.
May 5th is the day many Americans celebrate Cinco de Mayo, but it also marks the start of National Small Business Week. More than half of Americans either own or work for a small business,
Credit cards are a way of life in America. We all know how they can help or hurt one’s personal finances but believe it or not, credit card debt can affect the economy as a whole.
An unforeseen emergency expense is exactly that. If you are in an accident or need emergency funds, how will you be able to cover it?
Around two-thirds of Americans don’t keep a formal budget, and just a third have long-term financial plans and goals. This means they're improvising each month and their financial stability will suffer for it.
Fewer women purchase stocks than men,. But when they do, women invest more intelligently than men and produce better returns
Saving helps you keep the proverbial wolf from the door yet most Americans are not even close to being ready for any kind of financial emergency.  65 percent of Americans are saving little or absolutely zero.
When you think about retiring, it’s important to start thinking about what you’d like to do with the rest of your life. Instead of 12 years of retirement, you are now looking at a minimum of 28 years of retirement.
April fool means you've been taken in by someone or something going on that's not real. Scammers fall into this category. Take care to keep your finances on track as we enter the second quarter of the year.
In the ’80s, around 10 percent of folks over 65 were still working into their retirement years. In the 80s that dropped to 10 percent. Nowadays, we're close to the 20 percent mark again.
With higher education becoming more and more expensive, parents need to start preparing for these expenses.There’s no better time to start investing for higher education needs than right now.
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.
Financial Literacy is an issue in our country. It’s no secret that improving your financial education will increase your ability to manage your money well.
This year the IRS started processing taxes in January after a temporary measure halted the government shutdown. This tax season will be the first full one after the landmark tax reform law passed in late 2017.
.laying the investing game is a volatile and fluid activity, even in the best of times. We all want more stable finances -.what is now being referred to as “Financial Wellness.”
Whether you're playing catch up on retirement savings, working to eliminate debt, or building wealth, it pays to be financially savvy and to have your personal finances in order
Saving for your retirement is one sure-fire way to keep your mind at ease when the time comes to pack up at the office and head home from your last day of work.