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What Should I Do with my Inheritance?

Most heirs do not realize the average inheritance takes more than a year and a half to complete the probate court process and distribute money to the heirs. Young and rich; it sounds like a great combination; and it is, but “rich” is a relative term. A sum that can last one person a lifetime might last another just a few years, months, or even weeks.

5 Ways to Prepare for Long-Term Care

When you are planning for retirement, one of the most overlooked aspects that many forget to consider is long-term care. It is one thing to set aside money throughout your life to cover monthly expenses such as mortgage/rent, groceries, gas, and entertainment. It is an entirely different concept when looking forward at the potential need for long-term care.

Charitable Giving: What to Give That Makes the Biggest Difference

When hurricanes strike, earthquakes level cities, or economic downturns impact those most in need, many Americans respond to the call with charitable giving. It comes in many forms, from financial donations to food, medical supplies, and other materials.

Don’t Let Divorce Wreak Financial Havoc

Divorcee rates of people over 50 have practically doubled in the past 30 years. This rise in so called “grey-divorce” is due to many factors - not the least of them being the over-50 population is only growing as baby boomers age.

Dorm Living vs. Off-Campus Living: The Best Plan Financially

Going to college is an expensive endeavor. While most people fret about the cost of tuition and the rising price of textbooks, it is often room and board that can sink many college students financially. The average annual tuition in the United States at a four-year, public institution is $9,139 for in-state students and $22,958 for others.

The Top 5 Places in the US to Travel to on a Budget in 2017

Temperatures are not the only thing heating up this Summer. There are deals and perks available for all types of travel and leisure. A few of the Top 5 Cities to travel to on a budget may surprise you, but trust us there are deals to be found!

Tips to Help Your Grad Start a Budget

When children head off to college, they are leaving the nest for the first time. This is the first experience many will have with taking care of their own living needs, shopping for groceries and household goods, and also the first time many will encounter their own fiscal decisions. Once your child graduates from college, they are going to face numerous financial challenges.

3 Tips for Smart Spending on Your Summer Vacation

There is no greater joy in the summer than taking a vacation. Travel solo or take the family with you; summer is the best time to bring everyone together on a whirlwind trip. However, taking a trip this summer vacation should not mean suffering financially for the rest of the year.

Make Your Money Last Throughout Retirement

It is vital that you consider your retirement needs long before you approach retirement years. Your number one priority must be to find ways to make your retirement funds last. Your retirement considerations should include three tasks:

 

Develop an income plan

5 Minute Overview of Today's Market

To understand the current financial market, we must look at the forces that influence market direction. The movement of money and goods around the world is dependent on four major factors.

 

Governments

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