Financially planning for your retirement may need to go beyond meeting your own needs.
We have the ability to financially protect our loved ones after we’re gone, yet an alarming number of people don’t take the necessary steps.
Your family typically is not obligated to pay your debts, but there are a few exceptions.
For many, debt exceeds the amount of money they have in the bank, but that won’t stop creditors from lining up for their share.
What happens when you die owing more than you own? The debt doesn’t just disappear.
What does leaving a legacy really mean?
These days, everyone has some form of a digital asset — whether it’s a social media account, an email account, a website, blogs, even a domain name or the frequent flyer miles on a credit card. Believe it or not, these assets hold value and should be part of your estate planning. At your passing, […]
If you were born between the years 1981 and 1997, you are considered a Millennial. If you’re part of this generation, you’re probably more concerned about building an emergency fund, paying off student loans, starting a family, buying a home for the first time, traveling the world, or determining how to start saving for retirement. […]