A home is the largest asset for most Americans. Not only is it where you live and make memories, tapping into a home’s equity may provide the funds to cover large expenses with reasonable terms.
The Kiddie Tax prevents parents from shifting securities to their kids, but some income-shifting strategies are still available and can save a lot over the course of years. Two wealth advisers explain.
By integrating money lessons into everyday actions with their families, fathers can support a positive relationship with money while providing basic financial management skills to their children.
Women are traveling more than ever and taking solo trips in greater numbers each year. Before stepping onto the plane or getting behind the wheel, here are a few tips for safe travels.
These financial tips will help you put away more money in your retirement savings with just a few small changes to the way you save and spend.
As we approach the year’s end, it’s a great time to reflect. Take this time to review your financial goals and make plans to do better next year.
Women are increasingly earning more money and significantly contributing to their household income. Here are a few ways their financial issues may be different as breadwinners.
Financial jargon is difficult to understand, so here are some translated them into more user-friendly language.
Many people rely on financial advice designed for the masses without considering the dimensions that make them distinct and unique in their financial needs.
It is peak wedding season, and couples are anxious to merge their lives, but don’t be in a big hurry to merge your financial lives right off the bat, especially if one of you has some blemishes on your record.
There are many “what ifs” to consider when giving an inheritance. How do you make sure your wealth gets distributed in accordance with your intentions?
Spring is the perfect time to rejuvenate your finances. Look at rebalancing your portfolio, checking up on your credit score and setting some new financial goals for yourself.
To keep the romance alive, here are a few hot tips to encourage money conversations with less drama.
As wealth adviser Nina Mitchell points out, it’s never too early or too late for women to be more focused and intentional about their money.
A holiday gift of financial education will last longer than a gift card or a fruitcake (OK, maybe not a fruitcake) and pay off for the rest of the recipient’s life. An area financial adviser shared her recommendations for some great choices.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.