Nearly 600,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 since the pandemic began in 2020. For their families, the loss is acutely personal. The impact of their passing can also be felt financially.
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Taking a year off between high school and college — a gap year — has become more common in the U.S. over the last few years. A common path for European students, a gap year gives young adults time..
When a parent passes away, the loss can be made more difficult with the weight of trying to organize their financial affairs. The difficulty is compounded if they pass away suddenly and/or you..
Graduating college with a degree and no credit history can put you behind the financial eight ball. Just when you're ready to start adult life on your own, a nonexistent credit history can make..
So you’ve written your will. Congratulations, you’re done with your estate planning. Or are you?
Not so fast. You also need to make sure your hard-earned retirement savings go to the people you..