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.
Whether you’re thinking of painting a few rooms or replacing your roof, it’s a good idea to create a budget for your home improvement projects to make sure you don’t overspend. Here are some steps to help you create a budget for any size remodeling job.
Home improvements can be expensive and they take time to complete. If you’re thinking about taking the plunge, it’s important to invest in renovations that will not only last but increase the value of your house and help save you money in the long run. Here are 7 home improvements worth considering.
Many Americans work side gigs to supplement their income. If you’re one of them, you’ll need to think about how your hustle affects your tax bill and how you’ll pay. Here are a few things you need to know about the tax-filing for side jobs.
This Valentine’s Day, try heating things up with your partner by exercising together. Working out with your loved one can improve intimacy and accountability, AND keep you healthy!
If you’re a millennial, you might be wary of purchasing real estate due to the cost of your student loan debt, navigating mortgage credit, facing the rising values of homes, or dealing with other financial concerns. It can be daunting, but don’t let issues like these turn you off on the idea of home ownership. Here are 5 tips to help you determine if you can buy.
Ah, New Year’s resolutions to eat better and exercise. Many of us make them, but don’t always follow through. Here are a few, simple health tips that should make sticking to your goals a little easier this year.
The temperatures have begun to drop, and snow is starting to fall. Before Old Man Winter really sets in, you should take the time to winterize your home. Here are 6 easy preparations you can make to keep your house cozy and warm this season.
You’ve done all your prep work for driving this Winter (see Part 1), and now it’s time to hit the road. Here are 6 safety tips to keep in mind while you’re driving:
Driving in Winter can be extremely dangerous. Snow can hamper visibility and roads can become slick with ice. Before you hit the road this season you’ll need to exercise caution to keep yourself and your passengers safe. Navigating Winter hazards starts with being prepared.