Housing in America is at an inflection point. While affordability and homeownership have become critical issues holding back the nation’s economy, the housing problems of the oldest Americans may be the
People tend to have a lot of preconceived notions about what a financial planner looks like and what they do for a living. And that's understandable: The phrase "financial planner" or "financial adviser"
As cost-of-living adjustments (COLA) go, it’s paltry. Some 68 million Social Security beneficiaries will receive a 1.6% increase in their monthly check starting in 2020. That means the average Social beneficiary
The only sure thing about health care in retirement is that the cost will rise over time. To help with medical bills in retirement, consider opening a health savings account while you're still working,
If you want to learn how to be good with money, you should consider meeting with a fee-only financial planner. According to a Northwestern Mutual survey, people who work with a financial adviser are more
Mrs. Jimmy Rogers of Houston, Texas, was disabled in 1996 in an aircraft accident while working for American Airlines. To this day she is unable to sit, stand, or walk for more than thirty minutes without
Savings: $3,000 in savings account; $30,000 in tax-free savings account (TFSA); $25,000 in registered retirement savings account (RRSP); $30,000 in previous defined-contribution (DC) pension plan, deferred