Financial Planning for Special Needs Children

About 20 million American families include children with special needs*. While raising a child with a disability obviously impacts daily life, special considerations must be made for the future as

Small-Business Owners and Retirement

If you’re a small-business owner and you’re worried about retirement, you aren’t alone. Two-thirds of the business owners who responded to a recent survey said they worry that they aren’t

Don’t Let the Housing Market Impact Your Retirement

While the Great Recession has ended and a housing market recovery has begun, home prices have yet to rebound. Home equity in the U.S. dropped by more than 60 percent

Create a Backup Plan

We tend to think of financial planning in regard to retirement, but what if you were suddenly unable to work due to a serious injury or long-term illness? We often

Prepare Your Finances for Long-Term Nursing Care

Most people don’t want to think about the possibility of someday needing long-term nursing care, but it is very important to consider this factor when planning for retirement. Odds are

Are You Ready to Retire?

Many of us put in years of careful planning, expecting to retire by a certain age, and we look forward to that date with the assumption that everything will go