This rarely happens, but retirement planning should start with your first job.
Social Security is synonymous with retirement income, but it is much more.
The retirement income gap is currently 44 cents for women for every $1 that men will collect and it’s been well reported that more women than men will encounter financial hardship during retirement.
For many women their biggest fear is that they will be penniless and homeless in their old age and unable to afford food, shelter, and medical care.
You may think your credit report is perfect because you have never been late or missed any of your loan payments, but recent studies have shown that perhaps as many as 50% of all credit reports have errors in them.
Nobody wants to talk about the inevitable, but no one gets out of here alive.
We are midway into the tax year and it’s a good time to think about taxes even if it’s only for a few minutes each day.
If you are unable to work due to an accident or illness, it’s disability insurance that will protect you.
If you haven’t planned well for retirement you may find yourself coming up short.
The more money you have saved the more options you will have in retirement.