As a single parent, you have a lot to shoulder, from paying the bills, to taking your kids to soccer practice, to grocery shopping. With all that responsibility as a sole provider, it’s important to think about what might happen if you aren’t around.
The decision for Dad to stay home isn’t always an easy one. The choice means your family must survive on one income, and must overcome stereotypes of stay-at-home fathers as less manly and unable to provide. In order to make it work both socially and financially, it’s vital to have open communication with your partner, along with a great budget. Here are a few tips to help manage your household as a stay-at-home dad.
Annuities can be used to help you generate income and provide the opportunity for growth of your annuity while protecting it from market downturns. To help you understand annuities better, here are 6 misconceptions you may have heard about them.
Having fun this summer doesn’t mean you have to spend a ton of money. There are many ways to enjoy the season on a budget. With a little brainstorming and planning you can have a great time without breaking the bank.
If you’re taking care of a family member, you may want to consider purchasing life insurance to provide support to others. Here are three big reasons why.
Give your financial planner an idea of what you’d like to achieve, by writing down your financial goals and prioritize them. Some questions you may ask yourself include.
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, it’s a good time to talk about how you can put Mom’s advice into action.
Spring and cleaning go hand-in-hand. Along with going through your house and getting rid of old clothes and other items you don’t need anymore, it’s also the perfect time to take a look at your finances and get them in order. Take the opportunity to free yourself of money messes and start fresh for the future
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Many seniors are finding that their retirement plan needs to change due to longer life expectancy. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), a person who reaches age 65 can expect to live another 19 years, on average. Here are the three biggest impacts a long life can have on retirement.