Getting health insuranceis one thing; paying premiums month after month to keep it is another.
Thanks to Obamacare, virtually all Americans are now required to have health insurance. While some people may be getting free coverage through Medicaid or subsidized insurance on state and federal marketplaces, millions of families are shelling out ...
3 moves to make in a crazy market
The way the market's been behaving lately I don't blame you for wanting to simply abandon stocks. But reacting emotionally to wild swings in stock prices could do you more harm than good -- and possibly even result in you running through your savings faster than you otherwise would.
I'm 46 years old, earn $115,000 and have only $3,000 in savings. What must I do to be able to retire at 65?
When couples divorce, frequently the court will order that life insurance be taken out on the party who is required to pay child support and spousal maintenance or alimony. This protects the party who is receiving the financial support...But what if the party who is paying the support becomes disabled?
Ultimately, you must invest your savings in a way that leaves you feeling at ease. But remember, no investing strategy can totally eliminate risk.
The Social Security system is expected to have enough income to make scheduled payments until 2034
The Affordable Care Act has strengthened both programs...