When it comes to unexpected bills, such as car repair or medical bills, most of us are not prepared. And as financial disasters, such as a job loss or a debilitating medical condition, get more serious, the less prepared we are. A 2015 study from the Pew Charitable Trusts found that more than half
Two words can change not only your relationship status but also your personal finances: “I do.”
That applies to student debt. Merging your finances can change your repayment strategy.
“I buckled down a few months after the wedding,” says Alexander Armstrong, who received his
Getting a divorce stands to be as budget-breaking as it is heart-wrenching, especially for women.
“The dynamic is changing a little as more women are staying in the workforce and continuing and accelerating their careers, but typically, divorce hits women harder than men,” says Nicole
If you’re married, and you’re going to be retiring soon, you may have noticed something. Even if you and your spouse agree on everything, there’s probably one major difference between the two of you. You probably have different end dates for retirement. After all, you may not be
February may seem too early for spring cleaning, but it’s a perfect time to dust off and organize your financial house. It can be difficult to determine what you need to keep and what you can get rid of, however. If organizing your home office is on your list of New Year’s Resolutions,