WASHINGTON — How prepared are you for a financial emergency? A new Pew Charitable Trusts’ poll found that 57 percent of Americans are not prepared for a financial emergency. Furthermore, a third of those polled…
WASHINGTON — Widows, widowers and divorcees approaching retirement age and about to file for Social Security need to know about filing options that could significantly increase their monthly benefit. While the rules are different for…
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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.
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.
Follow these tips, and you won\’t have to keep turning to mom and dad for a little help.
LARRY O’DELL Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Former Gov. Bob McDonnell testified Wednesday that his gubernatorial victory was just hours old when he got the first glimpse of growing anxiety in his wife. It…
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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.
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.
For today\’s 30-somethings, \”getting it together,\” at least financially, can be difficult.
Just two days into the new year and many people have already blown their New Year\’s resolutions. But for those considering a new financial start, there are easy ways to stick to it.
Ahh … retirement. After years of work, it\’s time for you to
relax and enjoy spending your time as you wish. Not so fast.