The cost of a college education is only increasing, and parents and guardians looking to secure the future
Are you tired of having to manually transfer money from your paycheck to your savings account? Luckily, there is a solution
Are you killing your ability to save?
There are a number of excellent reasons
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As the partial government shutdown comes to an end, there are some federal employees who may find themselves in a financial bind. Although legislation has already been passed to guarantee back pay, if there is no money being deposited in your bank account, you may still have a problem on your hands.
You can invest in a 529 plans for your children, grandchildren, and even yourself. They are an excellent tax-advantaged way to invest money for college education. The tax advantages are usually a deduction from your state taxes.
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A plan of action for those who are approaching retirement age with little saved. I get some really interesting reader mail through the Contact page. By far the most common question I get is a variant of the below: I’m 53 years old and through a combination of unforeseen medical expenses/helping ailing parents/life kicking me […]
As you go on about life, you need to think about your retirement, not their college. Your retirement is your responsibility. You only get one shot at funding it. Why? Because you won’t be able to work your entire lifetime. Old age, and possibly illness will force you to retire. If you have not saved […]