Paying off your debt and saving for retirement are two, very big priorities in your financial life. Unfortunately, many of us have a difficult time choosing which one is more important. However, if you’ve been wrestling with the choice, the good news is that you don’t have to. It is possible to save for retirement and get rid of debt at the same time with some good money management.
Discussing financial goals with your family can be hard. Whether it’s your spouse, parents or kids, it can sometimes be difficult to find the right approach. To openly communicate about money in a positive and productive way, here are some tips to help break the ice and make financial discussions second nature.
You may be more familiar with buying life insurance for yourself or a family member as death benefit protection, but are you aware of the role it can play in business planning?
If you care about your health you get a checkup by your doctor once a year. The same idea should be applied to your finances. Evaluating your financial standing annually will help keep your money and assets healthy, and ensure you’re on track with managing your money.
There are many reasons why you may not have already started saving for your retirement. But it’s not too late. You can still build a comfortable nest egg if you make a plan. Here are a few tips that can help you secure your financial future.
The winter months are upon us and for many people that means cold days, lack of motivation and a decrease in health and fitness. To stay healthier this winter, here are a few suggestions to keep your wellness up.
The holidays sneak up on us fast. If you wait until the last minute these tasks can be overwhelming. On top of that, the holidays can be expensive.
With more threats popping up each year, cybercrime continues to be a serious concern. Your data, including private information and financial records, could potentially be at risk. In celebration of October being National Cyber Security Awareness Month, here are a few helpful steps for keeping your data safe.
Now that your kids have left home and you don’t have the same parental responsibilities, it’s time to take a look at your finances, evaluate your goals and bolster your savings so you’re on the right path toward a financially sound retirement. Here are 7 money-smart moves to consider.
As retirement grows closer, you may now be asking if your contributions are enough to meet your retirement goals. If so, you’re not alone. Nearly a quarter of all Americans say saving for retirement is one of their biggest worries when it comes to money.