Think beyond the man cave or craft room haven. An empty nest offers a variety of opportunities to fine-tune your finances.
Now that retirement is within reach, how will you utilize your assets? Will what you've accumulated over the years be sufficient to support your needs and lifestyle expenses? How much is enough?
It's important to save for college in a way that helps maximize your potential return and minimizes your tax liability
Whether retirement is a long way off or just around the corner, there are a few questions you'll want to ask yourself right now. The answers will help you plan for the transition from saving and investing to living off your retirement assets.
Market ups and downs are a reality, and largely impossible to predict. In fact, most long-term investors are likely to experience a down market, or bear market, at some point. That's why it's key to be prepared.
You may have read that interest rates have been slowly increasing, and considered how that might impact your credit cards or mortgage payments. But rising interest rates can have a variety of affects.