In the U.S. there are nine community property states. Here we briefly discuss how community property laws affect a couple’s 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.
In this post, we explain the differences between wills and trusts and when you need one.
In this guide, learn what questions to ask a job interviewer and human resources department regarding job benefits.
A will is one of the most important legal documents you can have. Here we explain what a will does, what it doesn’t do, and why it’s so essential.
In this post, we discuss four documents we should have in place to make sure our end-of-life wishes are carried out and to not burden our loved ones with the additional stress of figuring it out on their own.
In this post, we share tips you can use to make sure your monetary donations are going to legitimate and reputable non-profit organizations and charities.
In this post, we share tips to have a successful no-spend month.
In this post, we discuss types of insurance that can cover long-term care, those that don’t, and compare options for you so you can plan for long-term care costs.
In this post, we talk debt. Good versus bad debt, and tips on paying it off.
Elder financial abuse is unfortunately becoming a more popular crime every year. It’s important to discuss finances with your aging parents to keep them from being a victim.
Your parents may need help managing their finances when they’re older. In this post, we discuss how to start the process.
In this post, we share some of the most common investment options and things to consider.
It’s important to have an annual financial checkup to make sure you are on the right track for hitting your short and long-term goals. Here are 7 elements you should have on your agenda.
During the holidays, there are many parties. And often there’s alcohol. Enjoy it responsibly and get a safe ride home. In this post, we discuss the financial consequences of a DUI/DWI.
Blended families need special financial and estate planning considerations. In this article, we discuss the things you need to think about to ensure your family is financially protected.