Ways Coronavirus Could Change Banking Habits

Even though certain practices cost money, people tend to stick to old habits until they are forced to change. However, once the coronavirus outbreak forces some of these old banking habits to change, consumers might be reluctant to change back. Here are eight ways the coronavirus might cause a permanent shift in how people do … More Ways Coronavirus Could Change Banking Habits

Student Loan Debt Shouldn’t Make Borrowers Feel Like College Wasn’t Worth It

Many Americans grow up with the idea that college is a valuable endeavor to strive for, however, the rising costs of higher education make it difficult for the majority to afford it. Student loans have become a commonplace way for many to be able to go to college and potentially better one’s opportunities, but what … More Student Loan Debt Shouldn’t Make Borrowers Feel Like College Wasn’t Worth It

Smart Ways For Couples To Discuss Money Without Getting Divorced

Numerous studies point to money as one of the leading causes of divorce. From different spending habits and financial goals to one spouse earning considerably more income than the other, money can be a polarizing issue in a marriage, straining it to the breaking point. Money problems within a marriage can spiral out of control … More Smart Ways For Couples To Discuss Money Without Getting Divorced

5 Financial Freedoms You Can’t Afford To Surrender

Most Americans work 40 to 50 years. That’s a huge time investment when you stop and think about it. That’s a long time to toil and end up getting little, if any, financial security out of all that hard work. Everybody wants financial independence in their golden years, but without a sound retirement planning strategy, many lose … More 5 Financial Freedoms You Can’t Afford To Surrender

Your November Financial To-Do List

In just a few weeks, the holiday shopping season will officially start with sales during Black Friday—the day after Thanksgiving—and Cyber Monday. It’s also the time of year when you’re likely to be more focused on traveling and social get-togethers. Even so, there are important steps you can take this month to put you in better financial … More Your November Financial To-Do List

State-by-State Comparison: This is How Long $1 Million Will Last In Retirement

Mississippi is the state where your dollar will last the longest amount of time in retirement, while Hawaii is the state where your dollar will last the shortest, a new study found. It’s a common refrain that retirees should save at least $1 million for retirement, but how much does where they live affect their saving needs? Personal finance website GOBankingRates … More State-by-State Comparison: This is How Long $1 Million Will Last In Retirement

New Book Illustrates Simple Ways to Avoid Retirement Mistakes

“Retire Abundantly,” a new book co-authored by Michael R. Kura, RFP, offers retired business owners, executives, and professionals wisdom, advice and principles on how to reduce income taxes and estate taxes to create a greater lifestyle and legacy. More than 44 million Americans over age 65 are facing stiff challenges to retire and stay retired. “Accumulating … More New Book Illustrates Simple Ways to Avoid Retirement Mistakes