See the brutal effects of spending now vs. saving for later. This article will show how spending (not saving) affects years to retirement.
The path for women is a little like two steps forward, one step back. For example, almost 40 percent of all privately held firms in the United States today are owned by women. Furthermore, the 2018 midterm elections yielded 23 female senators and more than 100 in the House of Representatives. And yet, despite the… Read More
A Single Premium Whole Life (SPWL) insurance policy works just like it sounds – you purchase the contract with one premium upfront. For folks who haven’t carried life insurance since the kids moved out of the house and their term life policy ended, SPWL offers some flexible financial planning options. First of all, rather than… Read More
Next month, all 435 seats of the U.S. House of Representatives and 35 of the 100 seats in the Senate will be up for grabs in the midterm elections. Historically, congressional midterms have had much lower turnout than Presidential elections, but this year has a lot of issues at stake – not the least is… Read More
The longer people live, the greater the chance they will need assistance in old age. And today, people are living longer than ever. As if providing for one’s own retirement isn’t hard enough, now we must factor in the cost of providing long-term care. Health insurance – including Medicare – is designed to cover only… Read More
A large number of Americans intend to keep working past retirement age. For many, their reasons are financial. Some have a high level of debt while others are afraid if they retire too soon, they will run out of money. Working longer offers several financial benefits; workers are able to: Accrue a higher Social Security… Read More