If you feel uneasy every time your bank balance drops, it might be time to revisit your spending patterns. After all, if you don’t set restrictions, chances are you won’t have enough income to reach your financial goals, like retirement, saving enough for your kids’ college tuition
Financial abuse, also known as economic abuse, is a growing problem in America – and the perpetrators might be closer than you think. The aging population is a prime target, given the wealth they’ve accumulated over their lifetimes and their possibly deteriorating cognitive abilities.
You know the situation.
Your 6-year old writes a letter to Santa. Your 6-year old ‘mails’ the letter to the North Pole. You steal the letter in question from the mailbox and read the cute kindergarten handwriting.
Uh-oh. Wait a minute. He wants a what? How much is THAT anyway? And… is it
Most Americans hit retirement and never look back. In fact, three-quarters of recently retired baby boomers say they are very satisfied with their lifestyle in retirement, according to an Ameriprise Financial survey of 1,000 Americans ages 60 to 73 who have at least $100,000 in investable assets.
Which is harder to do: achieve financial success or find true love? With savvy planning, couples can do both.
According to the results of TD Bank’s Love and Money Survey, 58 percent of respondents said that finding true love was the more difficult of the two prospects. The detailed survey