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Perhaps it's because the simple act of helping others amplifies a greater purpose in all of us.
The holiday season, when marketers foment every kid's wish list into a begging frenzy, is a good time to give your children and grandchildren a lifelong gift that will always hold its value -- teach them to be financially savvy.
In his third installment of the best practices for a healthy financial life, Barry Glassman discusses life insurance.
Whether you're saving for college tuition, a house to call your own or retirement, an expert explains how to set and accomplish your financial goals.
Much like changing your diet and working out to lose weight, getting in shape financially is easier said than done. Advice to get you started.
The cost for four years of college in 18 years could reach nearly $800,000. Tips and advice on when to start saving and how to go about paying for college.
Buying a home for the first time can be both an exhilarating and scary experience. While there are many challenges to making the purchase, the highest hurdle for many is saving enough for the down payment.
It's easy to just "set it and forget it" with an employer-sponsored 401(k) plan, but it can lead to costly mistakes.
Many boomers face some serious threats to their financial health as they enter retirement years. Financial expert Barry Glassman offers advice.
For millennials, the "American Dream" of having a good job, owning a home and saving for retirement is more like a nightmare. Here are five steps to get on track.
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