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How to Grade your Financial Health

When you visit your doctor, you go through several tests to determine your health. You step on scales to measure your weight, have the doctor listen to your heart rate, and find out your cholesterol, body mass index, and a variety of other important indicators of your health. Most Americans know these measures of their physical health, but do you know how to grade your financial health?

2018 Economic Outlook

The 2017 calendar year has come to an end and it has been quite the rollercoaster ride. The economy, globally and in the US, has been up and down. With hopes of President Trump rolling back restrictions on the American economy, many businesses started spending, hiring, and investing capital.

Top High-Tech Gifts for the Business Traveler in your Life

Everyone knows someone who spends a lot of their time on the road for work. Frequent fliers and road warriors play an important role in most companies, making personal connections between employers and employees/clients that just cannot be replicated with a video conference on Go-to-Meeting or Skype. For those who ply their trade on the road, life can be difficult at times.

Financial Checklist for Holidays

The year might be coming to an end, but many American households are seeing a significant uptick in activity and even spending. With Thanksgiving dinners to host, Christmas presents to wrap, and a festive party or two to throw, your finances can quickly balloon out of control during the last two months of the year.

End of the Year Giving

The end of the year brings about the holiday season, when most people are in the mood for giving. Gifts for family, opening your home to friends and family for meals together; gift giving is on everyone's mind come the end of the year.

Holiday Spending without Breaking the Bank

When the holiday season rolls around, it is time to make plans with friends and family to  get together and celebrate. Part of that celebration entails spending some of your hard-earned money on meaningful gifts for those you love. However, for many people the holidays become a stressful period where paychecks are stretched to the max and the credit card sometimes accrues debt.

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.

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