For most folks, your home is the largest tangible asset you own. You need to protect it with insurance.
If you are unable to work due to an accident or an illness it is disability insurance that will protect you and provide an income stream for you and your dependents.
When we buy insurance, we are buying financial protection in case an incident occurs that we cannot afford.
The last phase of your financial life is to enjoy the fruits of your labor. Retirement!
The family starts as a couple, you have one or two children and then you divorce. Over 40% of first marriages end in divorce before their 8th anniversary.
Babies grow up and that baby we talked about yesterday just had her 17th birthday and will be a senior in high school this fall and has two younger brothers.
Having a baby creates a family and makes us look at things differently.
A financial plan begins with setting goals. And goals are different depending on our age and circumstances.
According the Pew Research Center last year, 4 million adults ages 50 and older were cohabiting.
According to the Census Bureau, more than 40% of American women under the age of 45 have lived unmarried with a male partner at some point in their lives.