According to a new University of Michigan report, about one out of every five U.S. households owe more on credit cards, medical bills, student loans and other noncollateralized debts than they have in savings and other liquid assets.
Don’t let cost and poor planning ruin your big day.
People plan for retirement but they don’t plan for growing old. From AgingParents.com, click for “Ten Warning Signs Your Parent Needs Help Handling Money”.
The Office of Financial and Insurance Regulation released its annual list of traps that cautious investors should avoid when seeking to jump-start their investment portfolios.
It’s some news of improvement for the Detroit Public Schools as the district has managed to reduce its financial deficit.
Saving enough for retirement is the biggest financial worry for men, but women are far more concerned about just keeping up with monthly expenses.
A review is under way by the state treasurer’s office into Flint’s troubled finances.
If the stock market is making your knees weak, or if news about the European Union is making you lose sleep, knowledge and professional guidance could be the key to maintaining your peace of mind and your wealth in 2012.
Anne Osmer Reporting Finances. Wills. Long-term care. Housing preferences. End-of-life care. Death. Not exactly cocktail party conversation, right? When it comes to discussing these topics with a parent, they can be downright contentious. Small wonder most people avoid bringing them up.