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Planning for Life Stages

Your financial priorities change as you age and during different phases of your life. Regardless of where you are in life you can find advice that pertains to your situation here.
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Changing Careers is a Big Decision. Make Sure You Plan Ahead
Are you unhappy in your current job? Has the economy forced you to consider a new career? Whatever your reason for seeking out a new path, it's a decision that you can't take lightly. Changing careers can be very stressful, and if you're not careful, very costly.

How do you save money when you're single?
How do you save money when you're single?

Money Tips for Singles – Saving Money When You’re Single
Being single presents some unique financial planning challenges. Whether you’re single by choice, or as a result of a recent breakup or divorce, there are a few things you need to keep in mind when managing money just for yourself.

Financial Planning Considerations With a Special Needs Child
Everyone has financial needs, but if you’re the parent or guardian of a child with special needs, some unique considerations need to be made. There are a number of legal, medical, and financial issues you should plan for.

Financial Considerations When Changing Jobs
Changing jobs or your entire career is an exciting, and possibly frightening journey. During this transition, it can be easy to overlook some basic financial issues that can end up costing you.

Make More Money by Dressing for Success
hen it comes to improving our personal finances a great deal of emphasis is placed on issues like eliminating debt, saving for retirement and choosing the right investments. An issue that does not receive as much attention is that of increasing our income or advancing our career.

Make the Most of Your Paycheck from Your First Job
Getting that first job after college or high school is a very exciting, yet stressful event. Set yourself up for financial success by making the most of your new paycheck.

Transitioning From Two Incomes to One
Moving from two incomes to one can be a difficult transition to make but some basic planning and money saving tips can make it go smoothly.

What do I Do With a Windfall or Inheritance?
Receiving an unexpected sum of money or assets can certainly create a feeling of excitement, but it is important to make sure that your emotions don't overshadow common sense.

Protecting Your Financial Interests During a Divorce
Going through a divorce can be a very difficult and stressful experience. Even so, you have some important decisions to make in regards to your finances, so you need to be careful and plan appropriately.

How Divorce Changes Insurance Needs
Major changes in life can have a great impact on your financial needs. Find out how divorce can affect your insurance needs.

Retirement Planning in Your 30s
You are at a crucial point in your 30s to make some important retirement decisions that can make or break your retirement goals.

Financial Tips For the Suddenly Single
There are steps you can take to keep yourself financially afloat while you prepare to go it alone after a divorce or death of a spouse.

8 Estate Planning Mistakes to Avoid
Planning your estate can be confusing, but there are a few simple things to avoid that can make the process go smoothly.

How to Collect Child Support
Everyone is responsible for the child they bring into this world. It doesnt matter if was planned, unplanned, or even a child through adoption. This child has a right to be raised in a safe environment and provided everything needed which often includes financial support even if one of the parents are not around.

Financial Tips For the Suddenly Single
There are steps you can take to keep yourself financially afloat while you prepare to go it alone after a divorce or death of a spouse.

8 Estate Planning Mistakes to Avoid
Planning your estate can be confusing, but there are a few simple things to avoid that can make the process go smoothly.


Because costs are climbing higher than ever before, it's more important than ever to find ways to conserve cash. Here are eight things you can do to save money for your children's higher education.

5 Tips For Summer Internship Success
A summer internship can be critical to your future. Start now making plans for your summer internship next year. You will gain valuable experience and make great contacts if you do a summer internship. Always be professional and work to your potential. Contacts that you meet will be happy to recommend you if you make a positive impression

The Generational Effect- How Your Demographic Makes An Impact
There are six generational groups in our country. Are you a Baby Boomer? Generation X? A Millennial? Each generation has a different impact on our economy and our country. Which generation do you belong to?

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