10 Money Moves to Make in Your 40s

When you reach your 40s, most likely your responsibilities have increased significantly. With that in mind, it’s more important than ever to figure out how to allocate your hard-earned dollars. To manage day-to-day expenses and accomplish your longer-term financial goals, you’ll need a plan you can live with and adjust it to your changing needs.

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Estate Planning Moves if Your Child Isn’t Good With Money

As a loving parent, you want to protect your family if something happens to you. When your children are younger, you’ll need to provide instructions on managing your finances and property, and who will act as their guardian.

However when an inheritance involves adult children, the situation changes dramatically. They may be married with families of their own to care for, or living independently and making their own financial decisions.
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10 Money Moves to Make in Your 60s

Entering your 60s could mean you’re getting ready to reap your financial harvest. But, after decades of careful spending and saving, you may still be hesitant to say goodbye to full-time employment. If you’re still carrying high-interest rate debt, making a hefty mortgage payment, or wondering if you have enough money in savings, delaying retirement might be a good idea. Before you exit the workforce, reassess your finances and be prepared to reboot your retirement plan, as needed.

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6 Tips to Get Financially Prepared for Life’s Emergencies

If disaster strikes, are you financially ready? Whether it’s a wildfire, earthquake or storm, make sure your home, car and property are adequately insured, and that you have emergency savings to draw on if you need to. Some things take longer than others to set up, so getting ready ahead of time is a smart strategy.

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6 Tips to Stop Stressing About Money

According to a recent study1, 90% of Americans feel stressed about money.  Some of this anxiety is due in part to the ongoing effects of the pandemic, product shortages and inflation. Unfortunately, stress can often lead to questionable decisions, so it’s important to deal with it sooner rather than later. If you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed, here are six ways to help manage your finances. Continue reading