Parents plan to spend savings on themselves; long-term care and medical expenses may deplete what is left.
Merging finances as newlyweds means more than just sharing.
Can you show support with your investment dollars and still earn strong returns?
Some types of life insurance have an attractive feature beyond the death benefit.
ABLE accounts let those with disabilities save without putting their public benefits in peril.
Cars, coins, baseball cards and the like can offer fun and maybe some returns, but there's risk.
There are new financial opportunities – and potential pitfalls – for gay and lesbian couples.
Sure, it's available...but tapping a policy's cash value has consequences.
Teach your teenager how to achieve a high credit score and sound credit history.
Youth sports can be a major drain on household resources.
If you are divorced and filing for Social Security benefits, consider the long-term impact of your options.
Women in divorce should outline their financial and family priorities to achieve a sound settlement.
Put your talent and entrepreneurial spirit to work this summer to help you reach your financial goals.
The questions are for school kids, but only one out of five millennials could get them all right.
Maintain your credit score with sound financial strategy, less debt, and fewer credit cards.
With interest rates rising, borrowers may pay more for loans but savers may welcome the higher yields.
Unique risks and vulnerabilities make this community, especially older generations, less prepared.
If you lost a spouse, research your filing options carefully.
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