Your summer adventures are almost at an end and that means it’s time to get back on track. August is a good month to check up on your financial well-being. Here are five items that should be on your financial to-do list.
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.
Everyone has dreams of taking a vacation, but for many of us finding ways to travel affordably can seem out of reach. However, with some careful planning, budgeting, and priority adjusting, your dream may not be as elusive as it seems. Here are some tips for planning an adventure for less.
If you’re a person in your late thirties, forties, or fifties who cares for children and your aging parents, you’re part of the “Sandwich Generation.” It also means that you have a lot of financial obligations on your plate. In order to make ends meet, keep your stress low and prepare for the future, you need to have a plan for balancing your finances. Here are 5 tips to help you take control.
If you’re looking to save money for something special, you need to have a plan. People who set a money saving goal tend to save a lot faster than those who just wing it. Here are some tips to help you realize your next savings goal.
Having a retirement decumulation strategy can be vital if you want to live comfortably in your golden years without worrying about the money have have set aside for retirement.
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.
There may come a day when you aren’t around to provide for your loved ones. An unexpected illness or accident could take you away from your family, leaving them with a financial burden. Life insurance coverage can help ensure your family has financial support in place, even without your income. Here are some benefits.