Thumbnail image from Pixabay This article was updated on September 11, 2023 By Leslie L. Megyeri  Research by Ashley Whillans of Harvard Business School found that money can buy happiness, including more free time to do things you want and like to do. Achieving happiness...
From Family Features Over the past year, most people have noticed how truly unpredictable life can be. While it's impossible to predict what the next few months have in store, practicing a few fundamental financial skills can help you and...
Thumbnail image from Pixabay By David Novak As the calendar turns to a new year, it’s the ideal time to give your financial health an examination. Taking care of the little details now can save a lot of pain and heartache...
By David Lukić This article was updated on September 9, 2023 Scams against older adults are on the rise, and also becoming more creative. With millions still falling victim each year, there's no sign of the trend stopping and many cases...
Thumbnail image from Pixabay By Rebecca Fending One of the largest concerns retirees have at the beginning of their retirement is “how am I going to afford everything?” Fear not, although your budget may be tighter during retirement, it doesn’t mean...
From Brandpoint Content The holidays are here, and New Year's resolutions are top of mind. For many, this means thinking about how to be smart with your money. Whether you're shopping for loved ones, looking to start a new hobby...
Thumbnail image from Pixabay From Brandpoint Content Summer is in the air, bringing with it the impulse to make home renovations. Are you looking for ways to upgrade your home with the environment in mind, but worried about the expense? Fortunately,...
Thumbnail image from Pixabay By John Luddy, Norcom’s Senior Vice President of Reverse Mortgage Lending While news of “grey divorces” are shocking, divorces occurring over the age of 50 have been on the rise since the 1990s according to Pew Research Center –...
Thumbnail image from Pixabay From Brandpoint Content The pandemic created a lot of uncertainty for people, especially when it comes to their finances: unemployment was up, spending was down and pretty much everything felt like a roller coaster. One year after...
Thumbnail image from Pixabay By Jan Larraine Cox  What is the purpose of your paid employment: are you earning money to purchase necessities such as food, shelter and clothing?   Or are your earnings more for amenities to make your life more comfortable or luxurious?    Some are...
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