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
An abundance of evidence exists that wealth and income disparity between men and women in America is still a real concern.
Increases in the amount you receive from SSA, as well as new retirement saving plan limits, mean you could be better off this year than last.
There's a sea change happening in how the American population is retiring. It’s shifted from most retiring in their sixties to a trend of working as long as possible.
76 million Baby Boomers are just around the corner from retirement and despite statistic, the not-so-awful news is that even for late starters there is still time to get retirement savings back on track.
The average retirement age in America is 63, and retirement lasts about 18 years. That means that you’ll need enough money to last you until you are 81 years old.
Women of all ages and backgrounds struggle with the pressure to earn enough, access education, care for a family, and plan for retirement. Financial literacy guides financial decisions
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.
It’s very interesting to see how men and women in America are budgeting and living across the gender gap.