More Beneficiary Blunders

A while back, I wrote a blog called “Avoiding Beneficiary Horror Stories.” At that time I discussed many potential problems that may arise when you don’t review your forms periodically to ensure they’re accurate. Since then, I have come across

A College Student’s Primer on Student Loans

August is here and school is right around the corner. As a new college student, you may be filled with a mix of emotions about the adventure you will soon begin. Meeting new friends, maybe moving someplace far from home,

Tips for Taking the Anxiety Out of Moving

Moving can be an exciting adventure, especially if you’re heading to your dream home! But it can also be unduly stressful with so many details screaming for attention, not to mention packing up everything you own only to unpack at

Giving Financial Help to Family Members—Look Before You Leap!

A growing number of adult children are turning to the Bank of Mom and Dad and Grandparents. Many families have the impulse to be generous as they watch their young-adult children struggle with a tough job market and challenging economy,

Free Fertilizer and Fun Pets

I’ve been gardening organically for 35 years on my urban lot.  It used to be difficult to find manure fertilizer living just a stone’s throw from downtown.   I would beg my country relatives for a bag of horse manure or bring an

Have you ever given your adult children money?

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