Achieving financial freedom is a goal for most people. Yet, too many of them fail to reach that goal. The following are twelve key habits that help pave the way.
Despite everyone’s best intentions, sometimes you undermine your own efforts to save your money. Whether it’s the new TV, a designer handbag, or just splurging on fast food when you’ve got a fully stocked freezer, your money-centric brain and your wallet aren’t always aligned.
On Friday, April 20th, 2018, Combined Benefits United will host our Producer Forum at the Hilton Garden Inn in Milford, CT from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. with a day of insightful and inspiring presentations.
The current generational buzzword might be “millennial,” but there is another generation that is very important, and they’re set to take over the baby boomers as America’s wealthiest generation.
For anyone contemplating retirement, the E*Trade ad that aired during the Super Bowl was probably pretty scary. The ad featured elderly life guards, fire fighters and DJs struggling on the job, singing “I’m 85 and I want to go home,” to the tune of Harry Belafonte’s popualr Banana Boat Song.
When it comes to planning for retirement, there are a lot of unknowns. How much longer will you be able to work? Will you have any savings by the time you retire? How long do you need to make your money last once you’ve retired? For those who are retired, or about to retire, these questions have a greater urgency than ever before.
Life Happens is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping Americans take personal financial responsibility through the ownership of life insurance and related products, including disability and long-term care insurance.
Life Happens have designated February as 'Insure Your Love' Month, and have created and coordinated the Insure Your Love campaign. The basic motivation behind the campaign is to remind people of the importance of life insurance - not only for themselves, but for their families.
“Millennials” might be the hottest new buzzword of, well, the current millennium. While there is a fairly large age gap among the generation – they span between 1982 and 2000, according to the US Census Bureau – the group does have a lot of similarities among them, and a few shortfalls when it comes to finances and looking towards their financial future.
International Living's Annual Global Retirement Index ranks the top locales for retirees who'd prefer to spend their golden years abroad or traveling. The magazine ranked 24 retirement destinations around the world, based on a dozen criteria, including cost of living, climate, health care and entertainment. The U.S.