Thinking about how your life may look in a financial or family emergency is never easy. But isn’t it always better to be prepared? Learn how to make sure your emergency fund is strong enough to protect you!
By all means, you can enjoy life today and have Financial Freedom tomorrow. In honor of International Day of Happiness, guest author Jackie Lam shares with us some tips on how to budget for those little indulgences that add joy to your life.
You thought the controlling, toxic relationship was painful…but the devastation after it ends is so intense it’s been given a name: “The Aftermath.” From Mindshift.money content partner Dawn Aegle, learn how to Protect Yourself and recover your Financial Fitness.
A toxic relationship doesn’t have to include physical abuse—and usually doesn’t. But it can dramatically affect your Financial Fitness. Learning to recognize this is the first step in Protecting Yourself.
Chances are, an emergency will impact you in some way throughout your life. By being prepared for a natural disaster, you'll minimize your stress and recover more quickly.
Think that a home equity loan, home equity line of credit or reverse mortgage is the answer to your financial problems? Think again! Protecting Yourself and your family means avoiding these deceptive loans. Here’s why.
Do you know what long-term care insurance is? We’re looking at what it is, why it’s so important to have and how to buy a policy with confidence.
If you didn't plan for holiday spending throughout the year, you can still avoid going into debt now. Put this plan in place, and start the new year right!