Today’s longer lifespans have left some baby boomers in the difficult position of planning for retirement, helping their children and caring for aging parents simultaneously. Giving advice to aging parents on their finances and...Read More
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Too many young people can’t afford college, and many more leave college under a mountain of debt. Here are 5 ways to plan for a debt-free education. First, invest early in college savings plans like 529s or state prepaid tuition...Read More
You might be asking yourself, "When should I retire? Should I retire early or defer it?". Deciding when to retire may not be just one decision, but a series of decisions and calculations. For example, you’ll need to estimate not...Read More
The death of a spouse is one of the most devastating events of a person’s life.During this difficult time, do not make any major financial decisions right away.Allow yourself time to only deal with the emotions of your loss....Read More
A retirement income plan is needed because life changes in retirement. Your retirement plan should account for every year in retirement, even past your life expectancy. For each year, make a list for you and your spouse that include...Read More
Dollar cost averaging is a stock market investing technique where you buy a fixed dollar amount of a particular investment on a regular schedule, regardless of the share price. More shares are purchased when prices are low and fewer...Read More