Financial anxiety weighing on your mental health? Try these 3 tips to cope.
The global coronavirus pandemic has caused emotional distress and financial upheaval for people around the world. Many Americans are dealing with daunting issues that could jeopardize their financial future, whether it’s unexpected health care costs, unemployment and loss of income, the market’s impact on 401(k)s and other investments, or the need to postpone retirement plans. With these COVID-19 disruptions come financial anxiety and increased emotional concern that can become all-consuming and greatly impact your mental health.
Learn how to cope by reading the full article here.
Here's expert advice on finding the value of your money and your most precious asset, your time.
You work hard for your money. Unfortunately, crooks work hard as well, attempting various tactics to take your money. Here are red flags and smart advice to know to avoid losing your money to financial scams. Learn what you need to do by reading the full Medium article here.
When you made your resolutions at the start of the year, was saving money one of them? How’s that going? Here are 6 ways to save more by saving smarter.
For a good portion of Americans, life insurance is a critical component of financial planning. However, when a life insurance policy becomes too expensive to maintain due to premium increases, the owner can be faced with some difficult decisions.
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a vital safety net for former workers with disabilities. You should be aware of these top 5 reasons to seek disability benefits and learn about the resources available to you to assist in the application process.
The idea of saving enough money for retirement can be overwhelming, and on top of that, sudden volatility close to retirement can drastically reduce quality of life in retirement. Follow these tips to help protect yourself and secure a source of income in retirement. Learn how by reading the full Medium article here.
When a young person turns 18, it’s an exciting time full of possibilities. Being able to vote and no longer adhering to a curfew is just the beginning. Now an official adult, it’s time to begin a new chapter that sets the foundation for the rest of their life, including their financial wellness.
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