You may think divorce cuts the ties that bind, but if child or spousal support is involved, you’re financially united for richer and for poorer.
Congratulations, you’re married. Now it’s time to tackle that other M word: money.
The birth of your new little son or daughter signals a fresh beginning for your family’s financial security. Here’s what you need to know.
When buying life insurance, it’s important to take into consideration your annual income, debt and net worth.
Deciding what to buy – term, permanent or universal life insurance – doesn’t have to be an either/or choice. You may need more than one type.
It was only when my husband and I took out a mortgage to buy our very first home that we realized we needed life insurance.
You know you need life insurance, but what type? Comparing the main kinds of life insurance can help you make the choice that’s best for you.
You’ve protected your family by buying life insurance, but you’re not done yet — you have to share the details with them. Here's why.
Underwriting is a word you may see if you’re looking at buying insurance. Here’s what it means and how you could use it to save yourself some money.
Carefully chosen insurance coverage can not only help protect the wealth you’re working hard to build — it can also help you build it further.