It empowers you and your spouse to know your children will be provided for in a way that you both approve of.
Some people assume they can postpone saving for retirement and make up the difference later. That can be a costly mistake.
There are questions to ask that can help you determine if you’re ready for life’s “second act.”
Having life insurance on all family members is one way to protect against the risk of financial loss.
Why do you need life insurance? If you're like most, you see it as a way to replace income.
Although your wish may be to fully fund your child's education, don't allow that goal to put your own retirement at risk.
For some the answer is, very well, thank you. For others, there may be plenty of room for improvement. There is no better time than National Retirement Security Week (October 21 - 27) to start saving in earnest, to keep on growing your nest egg or to make some positive adjustments to your existing retirement savings game plan.
The 29th annual Retirement Confidence Survey (RCS), conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) in 2019, found that two-thirds of U.S. workers (67%) are confident in their ability to live comfortably throughout their retirement years (up from 64% in 2018). Worker confidence now matches levels reported in 2007 — before the 2008 financial crisis.
For many workers, the idea of retiring early is a dream they've pursued throughout their careers. Being able to have more time to do the things you want is a goal that nearly everyone has.
You’ve filed your taxes, and now it’s time to make good on your promise to “spring clean” your finances. One key task is to throw away – or shred – old bank and credit card statements and aging tax returns that no longer give you joy. But there are other steps you can take to buff up your finances.
Women can face unique challenges when planning for retirement. Let's take a look at three of them.
First, women frequently step out of the workforce in their 20s, 30s, or 40s to care for children â€” a time when their job might just be kicking into high (or higher) gear.