In the almost three decades since 401(k) defined contribution plans were established, they have become the primary retirement funding tool for individuals.
From the very first time a professional athlete sets foot on a court, field, or diamond, they need to start considering their life after sports. They also need to be thinking about whether they can afford their retirement — just like the rest of us should.
About one in seven middle-aged adults is providing financial support to both an aging parent and a child. Two financial advisers have tips for this stage in life.
Long-term care is one of the toughest conversations between financial advisers and clients but given the rising costs of care, it’s a critical consideration for long-term retirement planning. Here’s a general overview of what you need to know regarding traditional long-term care insurance.
The period after losing a spouse can be a time of uncertainty as those who are now suddenly single grapple with confusing and often complex financial decisions.
In the first part of a series, Dawn Doebler discusses how newly widowed spouses can make important financial decisions — like settling their estate, collecting life insurance benefits and deciding where to live — while grieving.
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.
If you own valuable artwork, antiques or other collectibles, then you may want to consider how to correctly distribute these assets upon your death. Here are eight planning techniques you can initiate while you’re alive.
Here is a closer look at some of the new tax bill changes and the effect they may have on your 2018 tax planning.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.