These are the ten pillars laid out in Trump’s 100-day plan. The main legislations that could have financial implications are: Middle Class Tax Relief and Simplification Act, Repeal and Replace Obamacare Act, Affordable Childcare and Eldercare Act, School Choice and Education Opportunity Act. Find out how they’ll affect you.
With so much of our lives lived online, we each need to develop a plan for what we want done with our digital assets when we die. Unfortunately deciding what that is, is proving surprisingly difficult.
GuideVine's Summer Scoop returns for 2016! From June 1st through August 31st, watch short daily videos from financial experts answering common financial questions. By the end of the summer, you'll be a lot more confident and knowledgeable about personal finance.
Understanding the cyclical nature of the market and your risk tolerance are key when putting together an investment strategy that can weather market turbulence. Incorporating core principles like an emergency fund and understanding tax planning will help create a solid plan for the future.
Most people in their forties are busy planning their retirements, but retirement communities and senior living are probably the furthest from their mind and planning process. Yet, there are compelling reasons why people should begin learning about senior living much sooner.
After a long career the thought of retirement is on most people's mind, but the way retirement looks today is much different. Staying active by giving back time and lending your expertise in a different industry can be rewarding experience, may benefit your health and boost your retirement income while helping you to stay engaged with your passions.
It's an exciting and uncertain time for same-sex couples. We asked two planners how they advise their own clients in non-traditional partnerships when it comes to wills and medical directives. See what they have to say and steps you can take, no matter what the landscape is.
One of the most responsible things we can do for our kids is to understand these six basic characteristics of estate planning.
It may happen after the kids graduate from college or maybe when you decide to take social security payments, but at some point in your life you start to reflect on the assets you have and how they will be distributed to family members. Here's how to approach estate planning for your family.
Do you have a will? It’s hard to think about death, but if something happens to you, what happens to your kids? Your spouse? Your money and property? The answers might surprise you. Even if you’re single and have no kids, you need a will. Even if you rent or Read more…