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.
While there are many articles about questions you should ask when you interview a financial adviser, little has been written about what types of questions the adviser should ask you during the interview process. Dawn Doebler, co-founder of Her Wealth, uses these five questions to learn about her financial clients.
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.
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.
Tax-filing crunchtime is over, but it’s never too early to starting thinking about next year — and some professional advice may be the answer to getting your financial ducks in a row.
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 better way to access the quality of the relationship you have with your adviser is to ask him four easy questions.
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.