According to a Bankrate.com Money Pulse Survey dated Feb. 18, running out of savings and the ability to pay for health care costs during retirement continue to be two of the top concerns of people over the age of 50.
A few years ago I had the opportunity to visit my childhood elementary school. I attended this school from third to fifth grade and hadn’t been back since.
Recently, my family and I saw the Disney movie, “Tomorrowland.”
Next month my son will graduate from high school and move on to the University of Arizona. Go Cats! My wife is busy getting his senior pictures taken, the announcements put together, and party plans drafted.
As a CPA, I have spent the last three decades helping people to pay the least amount of taxes legally allowed by law.
In searching for investment options, would you rather have—high return or low return? High risk or low risk? Liquid or illiquid?
Excellent health is worth all the riches in the world -- but that doesn't mean you have to spend that much to achieve it.
Cutting a high electric bill down to manageable size need not be expensive. Low cost, simple improvements achieve this goal.
Learning how to shop smart at the grocery store can save valuable dollars for budget wary retirees. Coupons, bulk purchasing and other tips will help keep your wallets and bellies full.
There are many opportunities to reduce your debt, save on major purchases, and even get the best deal on everything you buy when you learn the art of haggling. A common practice in other countries, be a savvy consumer and haggle your way to the best deal on everything you purchase from a new car to vacations.