Financial Advice for the Sandwich Generation

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.

Tips to Manage Finances for Stay-at-Home Dads

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.

Your golden years may have more in common with this tournament than you think.

What March Madness Can Teach You about Saving for Retirement

Every March, millions of people become obsessed with filling out their brackets for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. Making those selections are often well researched, thoughtful decisions. In fact, how you approach your tournament choices can help guide the way you handle your retirement savings.

If you've experienced one of the life-style changes you may need to review your life insurance policy.

When is it Time to Review a Life Insurance Policy?

Your life insurance policy isn’t something you should just purchase and forget. Get in the habit of reviewing it every couple of years, and more importantly, whenever you experience a life-changing event. Here are eight major events that should prompt you to review your life insurance policy.