Credit Cards And Divorce: What You Should Know

Divorce can be a messy and stressful thing in one’s life. If you mix in credit cards into the equation, things get even more complicated. They can introduce both assets and liabilities into a marriage that will often need to be divided in some way. This article will...

5 Warning Signs Of Too Much Holiday Credit Card Debt

This holiday season, consider giving yourself a present that always fits and doesn’t require wrapping. What is this fabulous gift you’re sure to love? It’s a new year that’s free of lingering credit card debt. For many, staying out of debt at this time of year is...

Raising Rates

December 15, 2016 The Federal Reserve’s (Fed) policy-making arm, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), raised its target for the federal funds rate by 0.25% (25 basis points) yesterday as expected at the conclusion of its two-day meeting. By raising this key...

Women, Wealth, and Legacy Planning

What does money mean to you? Chances are you will get a different answer from a man than from a woman. Responses from men are typically goal-based, such as early retirement, the purchase of a second home or the desire to pay for college education for the...

Everything You Need To Know About The New DOL Fiduciary Ruling

The new Department of Labor Fiduciary ruling is a hot topic these days. This ruling expands the “investment advice fiduciary” definition under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA). The legislation states all financial professionals who work with...