Life Planning

During a vacation or business trip, unexpected events can have consequences.

It's the most basic step in estate planning, regardless of your wealth.

Here's a selection of jargon to test your financial literacy limits.

There are benefit and quality-of-life consequences to working a long-distance job.

Use found money to pay off debt, bolster savings, or fund retirement.

Hospice care is an important option for families to consider for a loved one. 

Injuries happen. Disability income insurance can help lighten the financial burden. 

A timeline for managing your loved one's final affairs.

Expert advice can end up saving lots of time and money in the long run.

Both Roth IRAs and traditional IRAs can help you save for retirement. But they have different rules.

Keeping track of your medical history is vital to managing costs, maintaining optimal health.

Getaways are better if you don't come home with debt.

Open, honest dialogue with spouses, kids, and aging parents can potentially help you meet your financial goals.

Before saying 'I do' again, explore a prenuptial agreement, revising your will, estate plan or trust. 

Straight donations are the most direct, but here are three other options.

Should you choose term or permanent life insurance? It depends on what you’re insuring against.

Opening new credit cards can sometimes help, not hurt, your credit score. 

To minimize stress and reach their financial goals, newlyweds need a plan.