Everyone learns about money differently. Some people get it quickly. Some people do not understand basic principles about money even as adults. You can help your child along their path to understanding money by allowing thier opinion in some financial … Read More
Monthly Archives: July 2015
It is never to soon to teach your children about sound financial management skills. One of the first roadblocks we encounter with our young is the aspect of instant gratification. While some things certainly need to be addressed immediately, the … Read More
Confer, compare & contrast. Talk with a financial or insurance professional you trust before plunking down money for a policy. That professional can perform a term-versus-permanent analysis for you and help you weigh per-policy variables.
The key question is: how long do you plan to keep the policy? If you would rather not pay premiums on an insurance policy for decades, then term life stands out as the most attractive option – especially if you … Read More
Important life events may call for it. Many younger Americans lack life insurance. A 2014 report from insurance industry analyst LIMRA found that only a third of Gen Y Americans have any life insurance coverage. In the same survey of … Read More
It should be a top priority, even if it becomes secondary for a while due to fate or bad luck. Some families put saving for college first, saving for mom and dad’s retirement second. Remember that college students can apply … Read More
Many people begin investing in their twenties or thirties with the idea of making money and a tendency to play the market in one direction – up. As taxes lurk and markets suffer occasional downturns, moving from mere investing to … Read More