Helping The 'Sandwich Generation'Baby Boomers will likely spend more years caring for a parent than for their children.
Retirement Realities: Health Care CostsCouples who opt to retire early at age 62 instead of 65 can anticipate an additional estimated annual cost of $17,000 per year for health care.
Retirement Realities: Retirement PotholesThe pot holes of life have a way of messing up the best laid plans for a comfortable retirement.
Retirement Realities: Far And AwayRetire somewhere exotic and really cheap. It’s working for some retirees.
Retirement Realities: Do You Have Enough Money To Retire?The more money you have saved the more options you will have in retirement. It's that simple!
Retirement Realities: The Dress RehearsalBefore you start retirement for real, consider a dress rehearsal to see if you are really ready to retire.
Couples & Money: The Second Or Third Time AroundThere are stages in our lives where it may not make fiscal sense to tie the knot formally.
Couples & Money: CohabitationAccording 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.
Couples & Money: Ours? His? Hers?So what should be owned individually or owned jointly when merging two households?
Couples & Money: Tying The Knot CheaplyDefinitely the cheapest way to get married is to find a justice of the peace and elope, but there are ways to have your cake and eat it too.
Couples & Money: Tying The KnotAll this week we are going to be talking about couples & money and today we're tying the knot.
Retirement Myth #5: And They Lived Happily Ever After In RetirementThat's not reality. You need to plan for the soft side of retirement as well as the financial side.
Retirement Myth #4: I Plan To Work ForeverThe reality is that may not be possible for a variety of reasons.
Retirement Myth #3: Social Security Will Be EnoughThe reality is Social Security was designed to replace only about 40% of your current paycheck and less if you are a high wage earner.
Retirement Myth #2: Mom And Dad Are Going To Leave Their Money To MeThe reality is there may not be much money left to inherit.