Now is a good time to review your investment portfolio and your overall financial plans and ensure you’re doing all you can to maximize your savings and reduce your tax bill. If you wait until after the holidays to reassess your finances — you could miss out on opportunities that disappear at year end.
While it’s not our intent to minimize the current difficulties — health, financial and otherwise — that this pandemic is inflicting on so many, we do want to shine a light on how our glasses might be at least 33% full right now. Here are 14 ways life might be getting better as result of COVID-19.
Do you hope to be rich someday? The U.S. had 11.8 million households that were millionaires in 2018 or about 3% of Americans. In the same year, 607 Americans were billionaires — that’s about one in 538,715 of the population. Given these numbers, how good do you think your odds are that you could join the ranks of the wealthy? Let’s look at the percentages of other commonly examined phenomena for comparison.
While the need for women to engage in their financial lives is urgent, to me, it’s also exciting and empowering. By taking charge of your finances, you’re taking charge of your life. Here are five practical things you can start doing right now.
What would happen if you were hit with an unexpected medical bill, a layoff, or your adult son or daughter needed a quick loan to get out of a financial jam?
Consider these 5 internet safety tips to help protect your personal information while online.
We’ll take a look at some of the rules and guidelines.
Given the system’s complexities, several myths and misconceptions have become common – many of which lead retirees to make ill-advised filing decisions.
Regardless of how old you are, you should know the key facts about Social Security. Here are answers for 10 of the more common questions people ask.
How to find out if you are working with an advisor whose background is best for your needs.