Whether you’re a current college student or dealing with student loans you took out years ago, the Covid pandemic has created a special kind of angst. Here’s a look at how current students are being impacted – and some updates on what’s being proposed by a new administration to help you deal with your existing..
The stock market is looking ahead to the time when COVID-19 will be wiped out by a vaccine. But until then, you and your money must survive a long winter. Hopefully, those most in need will have some help soon from a new stimulus bill. But COVID remains a problem that impacts us personally as..
In a time when we wear masks in public, hesitate to embrace and change plans to celebrate the holidays with family, it makes sense to consider our mortality in financial as well as spiritual terms. As the COVID-19 pandemic resurges, we are again faced with the horrible possibility of distanced goodbyes and things left undone...
Health insurance for small businesses has become problematic in this staggering economy. Traditional plans require employers to contribute to the cost of premiums, and require participation rates that are now difficult to meet amidst layoffs. That’s why this year’s Small Business Special enrollment period running November 15 through December 15th is especially important. Even businesses..
How shocking it is to hear that today's educated and successful women are still being surprised about marital money issues -- whether as a result of death, divorce, illness or betrayal. Yet these true stories below -- all of which I have encountered over the past three months -- illustrate a costly deficiency when it..
NON-FILERS WHO DIDN'T GET A STIMULUS CHECK -- DO THIS BY NOVEMBER 15TH The IRS is reaching out to approximately 9 million Americans who deserved a stimulus check but didn't receive one, likely because they earn too little to have filed a tax return, and are not on other government benefits lists such as Social..