Making poor financial choices is something that most everyone will make in their lifetime however, a few financial decision you might regret forever. There are a few financial mistakes that should be avoided because there is no easy way to remedy the situation if you make these mistakes.
In the next few weeks, several thousand college freshmen will be arriving on campus excited to start the next chapter in their life. An often overlooked aspect of this new life is the financial wisdom needed for this new found freed. Following are a few of the important tips your college aged children need to know.
There is an old saying that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When it comes to avoid scams fraud and other financial theft this is certainly very true. Following a few simple precautions and not letting your guard down are the keys to successfully avoiding frauds and other financial theft.
Buying a home can be overwhelming but with just a few pieces of information and the right team you can become a smart home buyer. And if you are smart home buyer, you are very likely a much more attractive candidate to the seller and in today’s housing market that is extremely important.
The summer months are a pivotal time for making smart financial decisions. There are unfortunately several opportunities to make poor choices that can leave you scrambling for the rest of the year. The key is recognizing how easily your budget can get off track.
Whether it’s having hundreds of dollars in fees to pay or having thousands of dollars in credit card debt the strategies you use to deal with any type of financial crisis does make a difference to your long term financial well-being.
An astonishing 64% of Americans indicate that money is a significant sources of stress in their life. Finding ways to effectively handle financial stress is important because it can lead to health issues and other personal problems.
Today’s household might not be multigenerational under one roof but most people in their 40’s and 50’ do have to think about supporting their multigenerational family. If you are part of this so called sandwich generation, there are a few strategies for you to manage this family dynamic.