Why Financial Planning is an Absolute Necessity for Everyone
It wasn’t long ago that financial planning was thought of as a discipline only for the wealthy. However, with the average life expectancy now extending into the late 80’s or early 90’s, suddenly people are more concerned about outliving their resources or not realizing their dreams. Discover the true value of a Financial Plan in this easy to read eBook.
3 Financial Moves To Make When You Get Promoted
Congratulations on the promotion! For most it will mean another three to five years learning a new skill set, possibly moving or moving to a different department within the company. Now is the time to make smart money moves to help set yourself up to make work optional one day in the future.
Key Elements to Early Retirement
If your vision of an early retirement is to be able to maintain your current lifestyle for the rest of your life, for the best chance of success an early retirement plan will need to include these 3 important elements.
Sixteen Facts About Women’s Retirement Outlook
Women in the 21st century are better educated and enjoy career opportunities that our grandmothers’ generation could only dream about. However, even now, a woman’s path to a secure retirement is filled with undeniable obstacles that require timely actions to achieve a comfortable and secure retirement.
Life Guide Teaching Kids about Money
Don't count on school programs to teach your kids about the value of money. It's up to parents to do what they do best: teach…teach your children sound money habits when they're young and the likelihood is that they'll avoid "money traps" as they grow older.
Life Guide Paying for College
If you want your children to benefit from a college education, it's never too early to start saving. Learn more about financial aid basics, student aid grants, student loans, education tax credits and so much more in this informative article.
Financial Lessons For Your Teen
Turn expenditures into motivators! For most teens, their “payoff” isn’t actually about the money itself – not yet anyway. It’s more about what the money can get them – weekend entertainment, clothes, video games … cars. Why not turn these expenditures into motivators for learning about budgeting, saving and smart financial management. These 5 steps help to lay the proper foundation in developing money-wise teens.
3 Money Lessons I Learned From My Parents
What money lessons did you learn in your household growing up? The lessons learned both good and bad have greatly shaped our attitude toward money decisions today.
Biggest Life Insurance Mistakes
For most people, buying life insurance is difficult enough, even when it’s done right. But when it is done with only one eye open, or haphazardly just to “get ‘er done”, mistakes are very common and they can be expensive. Discover In this eBook the top 3 common mistakes made when purchasing life insurance.
The Keys to Building Wealth
Building true wealth might seem unobtainable or even illusory, however, wealth creation is a process grounded in sound principles and practices that, when applied with discipline and patience, are manageable for most people.
Planning for Long Term Care
As we age, the odds of incurring an injury or major illness that will prevent us from performing simple daily functions increase substantially. While there is a portion of seniors who have amassed the assets to be able to cover long term care, most Americans would use up their savings within a few years.