Financial planning doesn’t have to be a scary process, but doing it yourself without a little research and preparation can lead your budget to a pretty scary place. Here are three mistakes to avoid when practicing do-it-your-self financial planning and investing.
When it comes to paying for tuition, there are a variety of innovative payment plans available to students and their families.
Not acknowledging a mounting debt problem will only make it worse and create a digger hole to climb out of later.
April 18 has come and gone, but many taxpayers are facing a large tax bill that they aren’t able to pay. But there are steps they can take to work with the IRS to develop a payment plan.
As baby boomers live longer, their chances of needing some form of long-term care services also goes up, and if parents aren’t financially fit to meet these needs, the burden could fall to children.
Mundane financial decisions you make today, like what type of car you buy, can significantly impact how much money you have in the bank when you retire.
Don’t let financial fights be a burden in your marriage. Couples need to first understand each other’s attitudes and concerns about money and then develop a plan to organize their financial affairs.