From a personal finance perspective, here are a few key indicators that you have the resilience to prepare for the four-letter word “life” in 2017.
529 plans are a benefit that lets you put money in a savings account that grows tax-free as long as the money is eventually used for qualified higher education expenses like tuition, room and board, etc. Here’s a podcast that tells you what you need to know.
The Achieving a Better Life Experience Act (ABLE) created a tax-advantaged account for people with disabilities, similar to a 529 plan for college. Money in an ABLE account grows and can be spent tax-free on qualified expenses such as medical treatment, transportation, housing, education and assistive technology.
Millennials may need to save twice as much as previously expected, or more, for retirement.
If you want your New Year’s resolution to work, you face tough odds. You can improve your chances of success by following these steps.
Although sometimes borrowing from friends or family will have happy endings, all too often it ends painfully, with consequences ranging from unfortunate to disastrous.
It’s the perfect time to start thinking about doing things differently with your finances for 2017.
If you find yourself unhappy with a gift, you wouldn’t be the only one. Here’s some tips on easing holiday gift returns.
Of the bevy of economic game changers coming down the pike next year – which ones will impact you the most?