Your financial plans should reflect that
Protecting your family
What lies closest to your heart? For most people, the answer would invariably be, “My family.” But when you think of taking care of your family, it isn’t just for one birthday – it’s for all of the birthdays to come.
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Suddenly, there’s more than just you
Expanding your life means more possibilities, and probably, more people to consider. Most of the big moments in life – marriage, or having a baby, or starting to view the world in a new way – will also change your financial picture.
Teaching Kids About Money
No matter their age, it’s important that your children learn about finances. Read more for some effective ways to teach them about money.
Marriage means sharing your dreams. And, of course, your finances.
Deciding how to merge finances is not always intuitive. Learn some steps that will make the transition easier.
Couples with two sets of insurance: Whose do you use?
Insurance planning for married couples with different benefit plans can be difficult. Read more for tips on comparing insurance plans.
You’re Pregnant! Are You Covered At Your Job?
Planning time off work to care for a baby can be stressful. Learn about your rights and benefits under the Family and Medical Leave Act.
Babies mean new joys and yes, new responsibilities
With a plan, you can take care of your children’s future, and your own.
College can rewrite the future
Higher education has the potential to take your child’s life to new places, and expand all of the possibilities. While funding that education may have a large impact on your financial picture, it has the power to make a lasting difference.
Five Smart Ways to Save Money for your Child’s Education
College is a milestone. Uncover some ways to help finance the journey.
The future is impossible to know. This is why you plan.
For most people, not everything follows the script we may have written for in the future. A changing cast of characters can be brought on by unplanned events such as divorce, accidents, and illness. But by making some contingency plans, we survive and succeed.
Nine things you should know in case you get sick or injured
Don’t be confused about the meaning. Disability income insurance covers real-life problems that real people encounter.
Finances and aging parents: What to talk about, and how to do it
It’s important to have a financial conversation with your parents sooner, rather than later. Learn how to bring it up, and what to ask.
Retirement & Divorce: Small Mistakes Now Can Cost You Later On
Divorce will impact your life, but it doesn’t have to crush your retirement.
Caring for the next generation, too
There are some who want to leave an impact that lasts a lifetime and beyond. By answering questions such as “How do I put aside enough money for future generations?” and “How do I ensure my legacy gets into the right hands?” you can make it happen.
When there’s a will, your family and friends get what you intended
Estate planning ensures your heirs receive what you intend. Read more about why wills are critical for everyone.
A few smart moves now can do more for your heirs in the future
Uncover the strategies that can allow you to leave the legacy you want. Find out how.
Ways to Give to Charity While Creating a Legacy
Each year, Americans give $350 billion to charities and non-profits. Explore some ways to give that can carry your legacy forward.