Television today is bombarded with a variety of real estate programs. House hunting, home renovation, home flipping, these programs have stimulated the interest of many individuals to start investing in real estate for themselves.
For many early 20-somethings that are freshly graduated and are now facing credit card and loan bills, the last thing on their mind is investments. Your new job can just about cover rent and groceries but the limitless pocket money of your youth is now a distant memory.
Almost any large nonprofit organization has a planned giving department that will guide you through the maze of giving options available.
You’ve finally decided that it’s time to buy a house. Your family looks at area listings and picks out a few homes to view. In the process, you find the house of your dreams, only to watch it slip away as another potential buyer puts a bid on it, backed by their preapproval, whereas you don’t even know what your credit score is.
A post-secondary degree is essential to earn a foothold in the workforce.
Welcome to the digital age where paper is disappearing and all our information is being stored electronically somewhere in a "cloud". In the past estate planning for most people boiled down to having a will and maybe a guardian for children who were still minors. You can easily store this information in a lock box in your house or a safe deposit box at a bank, but times ar
Health insurance used to be a fairly simple process. But today, whether obtaining health insurance privately or through an employer, we’re being offered a variety of insurance plans with varying benefit levels, making the choice more difficult.
Before you enroll in another health insurance plan, here are some common terms you need to know – and understand:
The rising popularity of robo-advisors has some in the industry wondering whether this is the beginning of the end for financial advisors.
In reality, robo-advisors have been able to do something that traditional financial advisors have not; get those with limited resources to begin creating a portfolio of investments.
Started in 1996, 529 plans provide tax incentives for those saving for post-secondary education. The plan allows funds saved to be used at any eligible education institution, which typically includes colleges, universities, vocational schools or any post-secondary educational institute that is currently eligible to participate in U.S. Department of Education student aid programs.
What exactly does it mean to “fully” protect your financial future?