Older investors are a favorite target of fraudsters who focus on investments. The pursuit of seniors’ “nest eggs” is one of the fastest-growing consumer fraud issues today.
Allowing your finances to get away from you is sadly a common affliction among Americans and a real problem in today's modern world.
Pandemics eventually fizzle out and life will return to normal. When that happens, you need to be prepared to rebuild your financial future.
A recent Bankrate study found that 29 percent of Americans have more credit card debt than they do emergency savings. And the problem is getting worse
Most Boomers are unprepared for retirement, even as they approach it or enter it. Amazingly, barely 1 in 10 has enough saved up.
It’s a sobering thought that 60 percent of Americans don’t have the savings to cover a $1000 emergency and 40 percent don’t have enough saved to cover even a $400 expense.
What exactly does financial freedom mean? Simply put, a situation where you don’t have to worry about how to pay for obligations and how to achieve financial goals.
Do you forego your retirement benefits so that you can pay off your student loans? Or do you build a healthy 401k and manage your college debt by yourself?