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5 Signs You Were Meant To Work For Yourself

Self employment has been rising in popularity because many people enjoy that they can work from home, turn down jobs they aren’t interested in, and don’t have to abide by a strict schedule set by someone else. So how can you know if you are ready to take the leap into self employment? Well, there […]

Aging Parents Helping Adult Children Financially: Unhealthy Results

Sometimes the empty nest fills back up. It’s no new thing that sometimes the children, even after college and having become adults, return home to their parents and resume residence in the family home. But in the modern era, with the economy becoming tighter than ever and worsening with each passing year, more adults than […]

Surprise…Credit Freezes Will Now Be Free

Last fall, one of the major credit monitoring agencies was hacked and the data and privacy of millions and millions of consumers was breached. While that remains a startling violation of information security, there are some responses to it that are helping consumers. One of them is that, thanks to a provision added to a […]

A New Snapshot Of Older Adults In The U.S.

Today’s, and tomorrow’s, elderly will live longer than any previous generation. With longer life, however, comes increased numbers of older people who will require medical care and intervention. And that will increase the financial burden to support such care. Medical costs and economic concerns are one reason that as the numbers of Americans aged sixty […]

Avoiding The 5 Greatest Threats To Your Retirement Security

As the economies of many nations around the world are in a state of continuous change, the thought of retirement might be the least of your worries. But the fact is, with incomes dropping and the price of everything continuing to rise, you could be in real jeopardy when it comes time to hang up […]

5 Steps To Take, In The 15 Years Before Retirement, To Make Sure You Don’t Run Out Of Money