For individuals approaching retirement, medical expenses can be one of the main concerns when organizing cash flows. Having the right coverage that won’t break
There is a bill in Congress that has passed in the House and may be debated in the Senate this fall that could have a big impact on retirees if it becomes law
If you’ve always dreamed of living abroad, now may be the best time. Today, there are around 400,000 American retirees residing outside the United States, with
We all know that saving for retirement is important. The earlier one starts, the better the likelihood of having enough to last throughout retirement. For
While many of us actively plan for retirement, only a small fraction of American workers actively plan for the possibility of becoming disabled. Before you
The investing world looked very different 10 years ago. In 2029, you'll probably feel the same way.
We're at the 10th anniversary of the stock market's low
Count the number of apps you have on your phone and imagine if each of them was an account related to your finances. Most of us might have, more or less, two
Pre-approved 0% interest loans, no overdraft fees, no account minimums, quicker access than an ATM, and a seemingly guaranteed income stream. These are just
(Note: this guest post was written by Kevin A. Pollock, J.D., LL.M. Kevin is an attorney and the managing partner at The Pollock Firm LLC. Kevin's practice
The Sunday Hangover.
I’m sure for those of us in our 20’s or for those who look back to our 20’s, a system was in place to deal with the Sunday headache so
It has been over 30 days since the government shutdown. Over 800,000 federal employees have had to rely on other means to cover their daily needs. From filing
Do you think a porcupine has more or less than 1000 quills (i.e. the spikes on its back)?
Since reading that sentence, it’s likely you experienced a harmless