Gail Buckner Archive
Published July 11, 2011
When it comes to teaching kids how to be charitable, writing a checking and sending it off in the mail won't cut it.
Published July 01, 2011
Despite the abysmal economy and 9.1% unemployment rate, most Americans still plan to celebrate Independence Day this year.
Published June 27, 2011
The 11th hour passage of the 2010 Tax Relief Act is a rare opportunity for making large gifts to future generations by gifting assets to a trust for the benefit of children and grandchildren.
Published June 20, 2011
Every year senior citizens are robbed of billions of dollars, and in a majority of cases, the crime goes unreported--not because the perpetrator cannot be identified, but because he or she is a family member or trusted advisor.
Published June 13, 2011
Today's seniors are the richest elderly population the world has ever seen, which has scammers licking their chops.
Published June 06, 2011
Congratulations college grads! You just received your college diploma, now you have to convince someone to hire you.
Published May 31, 2011
Buying a house and saving for retirement are big financial decisions that couples should work together on, but it's the everyday decisions like dining out or buying new shoes that can lead to divorce.
Published May 16, 2011
Even if you are not married, there are things everyone needs to do to protect their finances in a relationship.
Published May 09, 2011
Families with students gearing up to start the college admissions process should have this book on their shelves.
Published May 02, 2011
Despite the soaring costs of college, both parents and students continue to rank a college degree a top priority. In fact, it's so important that parents are increasingly raiding their own retirement accounts to help cover costs. But that's not the best payment plan.