Millennials, as they become young adults, are embracing one of the most stable pillars of the American dream: homeownership.
The end of the school year is upon us and a new generation of graduates will be preparing to enter the workplace. With a new chapter of their lives just around the corner, new financial responsibilities are a potential concern too.
Demand for rental properties has increased across age and socio-economic groups since 2008 resulting in more rent-burdened families in America.
At a top-level American college, the fees of attending coupled with costs associated with living easily add up to around $60,000 every year
The older population in 2030 is projected to be twice as large as in 2000, growing from 35 million to 71.5 million
Financial fraudsters use effective tactics to get people to part with their money. If you don’t know what they are, you could fall prey to an investment scam.
Making sure your kids are well taken care of and have the best possible opportunities and education is, of course, what all parents want.
Couples fight more about money than they do about anything to do with the bedroom, according to a Money Magazine survey
Approximately 55 percent of American adults do not have a will or other estate plan in place and, believe it or not, you have an estate.
In the 1960s, 75% of American adults were married, whereas today we find that only half of the population in the United States are getting hitched.
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