Life Stages

  1. What Is a Will and Why Do I Need One?

    Putting this document together will save your family time and money, and give you peace of mind.
  2. Avoid This Life Insurance Policy Pitfall

    Life insurance policies need to be reviewed regularly to make sure that the beneficiary you chose some time ago is still the right choice today.
  3. Estate Planning: 16 Things Prince (and You) Should Have Done

    The must-do list Prince and his advisors should have completed to avoid leaving his family without a will and an estate plan.
  4. 7 Issues to Consider When Determining Life Insurance Coverage

    Seven issues to consider when buying life insurance to ensure the coverage is tailored to meet your personal financial situation.
  5. Permanent Life Policies: Whole Versus Universal

    Permanent life insurance combines lifetime insurance with savings to provide lifelong security. Premiums are quite high because they’re partially invested.
  6. Tax-Saving Advice for IRA Holders

    Be informed about benefits and deductions that may apply to you and avoid costly mistakes on your return.
  1. Red State or Blue State: Where's Retirement Sweeter?

    Choosing whether to go red or blue when picking out your retirement destination is more than a matter of politics. Here's how to cast your vote.
  2. 5 Steps to a Retirement Plan

    These considerations will help you make a realistic and thorough retirement plan.
  3. 5 Top Alternatives to a Reverse Mortgage

    If you have substantial home equity and don't want to do a reverse mortgage to tap it for retirement expenses, cost out these viable alternatives.
  4. Is Your Mortgage Robbing Your Retirement?

    If you picked the mortgage with the lowest possible monthly payment, you may be blowing what could be your retirement money on mortgage interest.
  5. Avoid This Life Insurance Policy Pitfall

    Life insurance policies need to be reviewed regularly to make sure that the beneficiary you chose some time ago is still the right choice today.
  6. Should Retirees Still Have Mortgages?

    Identify the pros and cons of keeping a mortgage into retirement, and understand in which situations it is beneficial not to pay off a mortgage.
  1. Six Critical Rules for Successful Retirement Investing

    Specific retirement investing "rule of thumb" tips are helpful, but there are broader guidelines to follow if you want to have enough income to retire when and how you want. ...
  2. Red State or Blue State: Where's Retirement Sweeter?

    Choosing whether to go red or blue when picking out your retirement destination is more than a matter of politics. Here's how to cast your vote.
  3. 5 Steps to a Retirement Plan

    These considerations will help you make a realistic and thorough retirement plan.
  4. 5 Top Alternatives to a Reverse Mortgage

    If you have substantial home equity and don't want to do a reverse mortgage to tap it for retirement expenses, cost out these viable alternatives.
  5. Is Your Mortgage Robbing Your Retirement?

    If you picked the mortgage with the lowest possible monthly payment, you may be blowing what could be your retirement money on mortgage interest.
  6. Could Being a Landlord Pay for Your Retirement?

    If you have the money to buy them and the energy to run them – or the funds to pay a good manager – rental properties can help pay for your retirement.

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