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Americans are highly mobile, moving an average of every five years. Some move across town to a better neighborhood; others clear across the country or the world. Relocating is exciting.
A good budget covers all your usual expenses. However, no budget can cover every unexpected event: a house fire, a broken bone, a car accident. Few people have enough money
What to Expect When You’ve Just Received an Inheritance
Receiving an inheritance can be a bittersweet occasion. While your heart aches for your lost loved one, you’re also full of gratitude for the gift they’re leaving for you. Because
If you’re reading this article, chances are you’re experiencing the emotional, financial, and time-consuming stress of divorce. You’re not alone, either–almost 800,000 divorces are finalized each year in the United
Many of us have watched our parents and grandparents wrap up a lifetime of work and settle down to their well-deserved reward of a relaxed retirement. But more and more,
Banking and Debt Management
Charles Dickens once wrote, ““Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen and six, result happiness. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds ought and six, result misery.” Not much
Once you hit retirement, you might think that you’ve finally made it. Your job is over and it’s time to glide through the rest of your golden years. Unfortunately, that’s
About 66% of employees with a bachelor’s degree enjoy an average of 66% more income than their counterparts with only a high school diploma. This is one of many reasons
Five Questions to Ask Before Buying a Home
Five Questions to Ask Before Buying a Home Buying a home is a financial goal for many Americans. But it’s hard to say when is the right time to make
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