Photo: Phu Cuong Pham Travel inherently includes some security risks, because part of security is knowing how things are supposed to work, so you can recognize what’s sketchy. Go to a new city and you might fall for a taxi scam, get pickpocketed—or get your money stolen by an ATM skimmer. We talked to Daniel
From when to say “please” and “thank you” to how to drive a car, we learn a lot from our parents. Oftentimes, that includes picking up on their money habits as well. And while some of that financial wisdom consists of worthwhile advice that we’ll turn around and pass along to our own kids, other habits are better off forgotten.
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After more than 25 years as a financial adviser, I’ve learned there are roughly five places your retirement money can take you – and only one of them is where you want it to be! When we talk about “financial planning,” most people think of it as growing their money while they’re working and then
Now that spring is finally here, it’s that time again to think about shelling out money for a family vacation. And, you are not alone. According to ValuePenguin, “Vacation spending is equal to about 2% of the total budgets of all U.S. households annually…” With significant spending aimed at making the whole family happy, don’t
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