We all have a vision of a happy retirement. For some, it will include relaxation and travel, while others may choose to continue working. However, with more and more retirees living longer than ever before, two things are clear—you have to be prepared and you are never too young to start.
Buying life insurance is one of the kindest gifts someone can give their loved ones. In fact, 75 percent of Americans say the main reason you buy life insurance is because you love your partner and family. (Check out LifeHappens.org/can-you-insure-your-love.)
While few people enjoy talking about death or disability, basic estate planning is essential for “domestic partners.”
For young people who just have started their new adult life, personal finance can be a rather intimidating responsibility. Instead of diving into all intricacy of financial jargons, let’s look at it from your personal well-being, or as I call it, your financial wellness.
While it’s often true that women and men approach the business of running a company differently, women-owned and managed-businesses require the same financial support and counsel as their male counterparts, after all, business is business.
When travelling to a new place for the first time, it is difficult to get there without proper directions. The same concept applies to attaining financial success. Whether you make a substantial amount of money and want to handle it more efficiently, or you are working with a very small income, being educated and having a plan can help you arrive safely at your destination of financial success.