Even though women have made incredible strides personally and professionally, they still face unique challenges when it comes to finances.
We know planning for the future can be complex, that’s why we have a variety of articles with financial advice, including estate planning, retirement planning, and personal finance.
Estate planning isn’t only for the rich and famous, but sometimes even they don’t properly plan when they should. In this post, we explain what you need to do and what mistakes to avoid.
Life throws you curveballs. In this post, we discuss some common “belief versus reality” life situations and what you can do to plan for the unexpected.
In this post, learn how trusts work and why an irrevocable life insurance trust, in particular, is beneficial for estate planning.
What are your health care wishes? Have you written them down? Have you appointed anyone to make your medical decisions if you are unable? Here we explain what a healthcare power of attorney is and the importance of having one.
This guide will help you make retirement goals and set yourself on the right path to meet them.
In this post, we explore how collateral assignments work, why they’re used, and the pros and cons of using life insurance as collateral.
In this post, we explain what happens in probate court and ways you can avoid it.
In this post, we explain what happens to your digital assets when you die and what you can do now to protect your identity.
If you plan on paying for your children’s education, we recommend a 529 plan as a great way to start saving. Let’s go over what a 529 plan is and how it helps you save money.
In this post, we discuss infinite banking. Learn how it works, if it’s right for you, and alternatives.
No matter how much money you have in the bank, estate planning is important. Here we make seven basic suggestions to get you on track to managing your financial future.
What happens to your debts after your death? It often becomes your heirs’ responsibility. In this post, we explain how life insurance can financially protect your loved ones from debt you leave behind.
Getting married? Here are the important finance questions you should ask your partner before the big day.
It’s never too soon to start planning for retirement. Social Security benefits make up a large portion of your retirement income. Here we explain how Social Security works and how life insurance may come into play.