If you’re planning to remarry, you must decide how you and your fiance will combine your finances, and you’ll need to plan a financial strategy that considers the assets, liabilities, and financial responsibilities that each partner brings to the marriage. You’ll find that financial planning for marriage is more complicated than it was the first time you got married, because your life isn’t as simple now. Continue reading
Few terms in personal finance are as important, or used as frequently, as “risk.” Nevertheless, few terms are as imprecisely defined. Generally, when financial advisors or the media talk about investment risk, their focus is on the historical price volatility of the asset or investment under discussion. Continue reading
You’ve read about it, and you thought it would never happen to you. But suddenly your bank account is empty, your credit card bills are through the roof, and you’re getting late notices for accounts you don’t own. Your identity has been stolen. What now?