• Financial Health

    13 Oct 2021

    What Is Financial Health? Financial health is a term used to describe the state of one's personal monetary affairs. There are many dimensions to [...]

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    Few are prepared as financial decision-making grows more complex Many consumers have little understanding of finances, how credit works, and the [...]

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    What to do now, as the pandemic surges yet again in the U.S. COVID-19 is once again raging throughout the U.S., and in much of the world it has never[...]

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    KEY POINTS The Covid-19 pandemic has hurt some Americans’ confidence that they can meet their retirement goal date on time. Among [...]

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    Studying behavioral economics has taught me that our brains don’t make it easier for us to save. Psychology is often just as important in [...]

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    If you earn money from the sale of a capital asset — your home, part of a business, stocks, or bonds, for example — that profit may be subject to [...]

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    Most people over 65 will eventually need some form of paid care. Here are some ways to plan ahead. Many people are frightened of long-term care [...]

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    If you want to retire in the next 10 years, lower your spending and increase your income. Paying off debt can give you more money to save and [...]

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    More people are retiring with less savings than they need to be comfortable. Much less. According to Northwestern Mutual, 21% of Americans have no [...]

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    Going from saver to spender is mostly a matter of psychology It's Time to Wind Down You've done all the right things—financially speaking, at [...]

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