Budgeting, Saving and Investing



Key Financial Planning Questions for Women
 

Key Financial Planning Questions for Women

Posted: October 4, 2016
Women with full-time jobs earn an average 79 cents for every dollar men make. Given potential lower salaries over the course of their careers, good money management and smart investment choices become even more critical. We spotlight questions women should be asking about their financial planning, and the answers they need.

5 Financial Tips for College Students
 

5 Financial Tips for College Students

Posted: September 21, 2016
Students may have spent years in school academically preparing for higher education, but they may not feel completely ready to handle their finances. We offer five tips for students who want to get high marks in managing their money.

5 Important Things to Do After a Loved One Dies
 

5 Important Things to Do After a Loved One Dies

Posted: August 29, 2016
During such an emotional time, it can be difficult to remember what needs to be done, keep track of important documents and, especially, to make hard decisions that no one wants to make. We recommend the following steps to take in the event of a loss of a loved one.

5 Tips to Manage Your Prescription Drug Costs
 

5 Tips to Manage Your Prescription Drug Costs

Posted: August 4, 2016
Do you feel you're spending too much on your prescriptions? That's not too surprising. Americans laid out an estimated $457 billion on prescription drugs in 2015, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Don't despair, though. We provide smart ideas for trimming those costs.

Don’t Have a Budget? You Are Wasting Your Hard-Earned Money
 

Don’t Have a Budget? You Are Wasting Your Hard-Earned Money

Posted: July 13, 2016
Getting up to speed with your budgeting allows you to see where you stand so far and make solid financial plans for the rest of the year. We answer five questions that explain why budgeting matters and how to get started on the right foot.