Debt has become part and parcel of many American’s lives and has become the norm. How do you get rid of deb, and take back control of your finances?
Most Americans report feeling stressed about money, at least some of the time. Here are some things that can be done to alleviate that stress and streamline your financial wellness in the coming year
2020 is upon us. Besides taking a moment to let your mind be blown by the increasing rate of passing time as we grow older, perhaps it is also time to take a look forward, and see what you can do in the next year.
There’s been a lot of disruption in the financial markets in the last few years, and many Americans are feeling troubled by the changes and uncertainties. These trends that could impact your retirement plan.
Happy Holidays! Now put down that credit card — and back away slowly! The average debt incurred by Americans over the holidays has increased to over $1,000!
Working part-time after retirement age can provide extra income and give you a sense of purpose and independence. It makes sense to keep working if you don’t have a large nest egg squirreled away
Saving money is a basic financial habit that makes up part of your overall financial wellness. How you save, or where you put your money, is of equal importance, because of the effects of inflation on the value of money.
The third Monday of February is set aside to celebrate Presidents’ Day. This year instead of rushing to our nearest outlet store, let’s take a look at some money wisdom we can learn from past presidents
Most Americans have some sort of debt. Having debt doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad thing if it is controlled and you pay the monthly amount on time, every month
Many people over the age of 65 will need some assistance when it comes to daily living tasks. A side effect of the health crisis in America is that many older folks will need someone to help take care of them at some point.
Setting realistic and achievable goals, following a strategic plan to make progress toward them, and tracking your progress is the key to success in attaining your financial goals.
55% of Americans pass away without a will or an estate plan. Here are some of the affairs that should be kept in order before we're referred to as the “dearly departed:”
With so many different things competing for your attention, it’s easy to let financial planning slide. It may not be something you want to do, but it is something you need to do.
Americans who fall into Generation X are worried about retiring. They feel they’d find it harder than other generations to retire comfortably or even be able to retire at all.
Setting cash aside so that your kids have a better life may seem like an obvious thing to do, but many parents aren’t saving anything, let alone doing it for their kids.
In keeping with the spirit of the holiday, here are some ways to express thanks and take stock of your own personal financial landscape:
Every day 10,000 Boomers reach the age of 65, and it has been reported by the Wall Street Journal that they are in a much worse financial state than the generation before them.
Don't miss the 50+ Plus Expo at Suffolk Community College in Brentwood, New York.
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