Estate planning: Plan for the unexpected

Gina Gallovich •
Michigan Chronicle
Financial Advisor Talking To Senior Couple

When addressing financial literacy, there are so many elements to consider. One fundamental factor that most tend to forget is legal in nature and urges one to answer the question: What happens when I die? You’ve seen headlines about the many lives that have been cut short due to freak accidents, unexpected health issues and

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The first thing to do if you want to have a baby, according to a financial planner

Anna Baluch •
Business Insider
The first thing to do if you want to have a baby, according to a financial planner

If you’d like to become a parent in the near future, there is one financial move you can’t afford not to make. According to Ryan Cole, certified financial planner and private wealth advisor in San Francisco, that move is buying life insurance. Generally, you need life insurance if someone else is depending on your income,

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What do adults see as their parents’ money mistakes?

Daniel B. Kline •
The Motley Fool

At a certain age, many children have to deal with the financial mistakes their parents make. That could mean having to help them out with money, or even having mom and/or dad move in with you. Some families actually plan for that to happen. In other cases, there are limited options given the high cost

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