We often find ourselves so engrossed in how fast our children are growing up that it’s easy to sometimes forget that our own parents are also aging.
Money is one of the biggest stressors in a relationship. There’s no one right way to handle finances in marriage, and the best choice is ultimately what works for you and your spouse.
A recent New York Times article discussed that a $1 million retirement nest egg isn’t what it used to be.
A number of surveys conducted over the last few years show that a growing number of Americans are losing faith that they will receive their full Social Security benefits as promised.
I occasionally get this question – especially around the time of tax refunds. When someone comes up with an additional $1,000 dollars, they want to know how to best use that money to help out their overall financial condition.
When you factor in a car payment, registration, insurance, fuel and maintenance, for most families’ vehicles are only behind housing in terms of monthly expenditures.
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