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.
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.
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.
A term life insurance policy can walk alongside life with you to provide coverage for the responsibilities that come with each milestone.
Who hasn’t gone off-budget once or twice in their lives? It can happen for a variety of reasons – from unexpected medical expenses to overspending on a vacation, to sudden unemployment, to simple carelessness. A busted budget can truly happen to anyone. But if it does happen to you, it’s important to get it back on track before the impact causes you serious money problems.
To keep your finances in order and your marriage solid, you’ll need to have open communication and a plan. The good news is that the more you and your partner work together on managing your money, the better you’ll get at doing it. Here are a few tips for merging your money and making it work.
American families will spend nearly $80 billion on back-to-school shopping every year. To save some cash on supplies for your kids this year, you’ll need to get a little more creative. Here are a few tips that can help.