Not long ago, Jeff Bezos took to Twitter to ask the world for charitable-giving ideas.
The Amazon.com founder sought a charitable strategy that looked at the long term and soon he was inundated with suggestions.
Of course, Bezos has plenty of money to give, but you don’t need to be a billionaire to reach a point in life when you start feeling the charitable urge.
"There comes a time when many of us want to do more than just accumulate money and property," says Patrick Renn a financial professional
If you have a life insurance policy, you probably bought it because you’re thinking about how it will benefit your survivors after you’re gone.
What you may not know is life insurance can help you while you’re very much alive. Believe it or not, a life insurance policy can provide an extra way to pay for your retirement – and that’s something worth knowing, especially if your other investments don’t hold up or you don’t have a pension.
If this comes as a surprise to you, you’re
Help your kids get ahead in life by teaching them the basics of financial responsibility at a young age. It’s never too early to teach them the value of working hard, saving money, and accomplishing goals, and you can use Financial Literacy Month this April as a chance to introduce some of these lessons that will encourage financial literacy for kids.
Here are some ideas and concepts that can help your child become financially literate well until their adult years.
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More Americans are carrying credit card debt from month-to-month while fewer are contributing to their non-retirement savings, according to the 2017 Financial Literacy Survey conducted by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) and sponsored by BECU.
Compared to last year, significantly more U.S. adults indicate their household carries credit card debt from month to month, with nearly two in ten adults saying they roll over $2,500 or more in credit card debt each month.