Women's Financial Literacy

Women's Financial Literacy

 

Subscribe
 [ What is this? ]

*

12/12/2011
What Will You Do When You Retire?
If you have not yet retired, you have probably thought about it from time to time: what will you do when you retire? Like the future itself, the options are many and varied.

More »

 

*

12/10/2011
Planning for Fun
Sometimes when planning for your financial future, you can lose sight of a truth that is always with us: we are living our lives in the present

More »

 

*

11/22/2011
Evaluating Midlife Financial Health
Middle age has arrived. It seems like only yesterday you were right out of college, struggling to pay off student loan, and starting life and a career. Now you're carrying a mortgage, worrying about college tuition and consistently evaluating your investments.

More »

 

*

11/15/2011
Aim To Make Yourself Recession Proof
In tough economic times, you may be tempted to overreact and make rash decisions. It is better to remain calm, examine the facts so you gain some understanding of what is occurring, and take some smart measures to weather the storm.

More »

 

*

11/07/2011
Guarding Against Disability and Long-Term Illness
When most investors come into middle-age, they look toward retirement. If prudent investments are made, retirement may be made smoothly, with assets built that can help support them and possibly leave an inheritance for their children and other heirs as well.

More »

 

*

10/18/2011
Protecting Your Parent's Assets Along with Your Own
The goal of many parents is to protect their estates, have some form of livable income, and at the same time leave their children provided for. Adult children can assist their parents in meeting these goals.

More »

 

*

10/14/2011
Some Basic Financial Products and Definitions
When a potential investor goes to visit a broker or other type of investment adviser, a great many terms can be thrown around. Here are some basic financial products an investor may encounter, along with clear definitions of what they are

More »

 

*

09/26/2011
Five Basic Facts your Investment Counselor Should Know About You
In order to properly advise you and to help you chose the investments that may be most suitable, there are five basic facts your Investment Counselor should know about you before any recommendations are made.

More »

 

*

09/21/2011
What Being Debt Free Might Mean for Your Future
We live in a credit-based society, one where accumulating assets is often coupled with accumulating accompanying debt. It's probably been so long for many that what being debt free might be like is a tough concept. .

More »

 

*

09/08/2011
Are All Financial Blogs Trustworthy
A blog is a method of reaching millions of people simply by typing up an entry and striking the "enter" key. Some blogs have become quite influential. But not all blogs are fact checked and trustworthy. There is a vast margin of difference between commentary or opinion, and facts. And unfortunately, much of the time blogs weigh more on the former.

More »

 

*

08/25/2011
Five Ways to Weather the Financial Storm
Times have been tough for the U.S. economy over the last few years, and the debt ceiling issue has not made things any easier. However, there are ways to help make sure that you don't end up on the rocks in the financial storm

More »

 

^ Top