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..
A total of 26.6 million young people, ages 18 to 29, now live with their parents. That’s higher than the previous peak during the Great Depression.
About 10 percent of them have moved back home..
With the cost of college room and board rising through the proverbial roof, not to mention the specter of coronavirus hovering over families, some parents are considering an alternative to cramped..
With September coming up quickly, many big banks are offering flashy benefits for new college students. Banks create special offers, such as waiving monthly fees for a number of years or offering..
When I first began working in the late ‘70s, I was told, “Don’t worry about Social Security – it won’t be around for you!”
Now that I’m a little closer to being eligible to draw from Social..
Part of the divorce process includes determining who will pay what debt. If you are responsible for some of the accounts, you may be worried about your ability to make payments. After all, going..