Jane* was a strong woman who lived a simple and honest life. She grew up in the depression, married young and raised her five children practically on her own. With 12 great grandchildren and 11 grandchildren, she considered her family her most v
Compared to stocks, bonds and most other investment vehicles, real estate is a highly tangible asset – and an emotional one. We raise our children there, our vacations often revolve around it and it’s our piece of a beach or mountain we love.
We wanted to do an article on the rising population of Centenarians in the United States. Being the eldest member on the SHWM team I was graciously elected, as if this distinction made me an expert. I will say the research was interesting.
It’s never too early to start saving for your child’s college education. In fact, unless you started saving when your child was newborn, you could end up short the funds needed to put her in her first-choice school.
With wedding season fast approaching, brides and grooms are beginning to think about gowns, tuxes, receptions and honeymoons. While a wedding should be about romance and beginnings, marriage has an added dimension: business.
Retirees and those working hard to get there all face three major threats to a financial well-being in their golden years: inflation, investment risk and outliving their money. Luckily, most working Americans will be covered by an excellent tool