Women, Divorce, and Retirement: Divorce stops retirement—permanently

By Mary Helen Gillespie Shannon, 61, of New Hampshire, outlines financial lessons learned after the end of her 33-year marriage. How did your divorce financially affect your retirement plans? radically. I don’t have any real retirement plans. Have you hired a financial advisor, chartered accountant, or other financial professional to help you plan for your … Read more

Can you retire with a million dollars? Here’s how far personal finance will go

Becoming a millionaire sounds like a surefire way to live comfortably in retirement, but is it really? More than a third of millionaires say it takes a miracle to have a secure retirement. This is according to 2021 Natixis Global Study for Individual Investorswhich was surveyed by 1,617 people who have accumulated at least $1 … Read more

Personal Finance Software Market Share 2022-2027 and Growth by Top Players – Alzex Software, BankTree Software Limited, Buxfer Inc.

The IMARC group recently released a new research study titled “Personal Finance Software Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity, Forecast 2022-2027It provides a detailed analysis of market drivers, segmentation, growth opportunities, trends, and competitive landscape to understand the current and future market scenarios. What is the size of the personal finance software market? … Read more

Why building credit is essential for stay-at-home couples

Sarah Rathner Couples share a lot, but regardless of your relationship status, your credit score belongs to you and only you. Even if you get 100% financial support from your spouse or partner, establishing and building your credit score is essential. It can benefit both of you as you navigate financial decisions together. But in … Read more

How to take a job break

An extended vacation from work does not wait until retirement. Your downtime may be an aspiration, or it may be driven by life events. Whatever the purpose, careful planning before you take a break can help make it more successful and fulfilling. Start by reviewing your finances and getting your professional vacation budget in order. … Read more

IRA contribution limits are going up in 2023. Here’s how to make the most of it

(Kylie Hagen) IRAs are popular because of the freedom they give you to invest your money however you want, but they have one drawback: their low contribution limits. In 2022, you can only contribute $6,000 to an IRA or $7,000 if you’re 50 or older. These limits apply to all of your IRA contributions, not … Read more

How stay-at-home couples can build credit

Couples share a lot, but regardless of your relationship status, your credit score belongs to you and only you. Even if you get 100% financial support from your spouse or partner, establishing and building your credit score is essential. It can benefit both of you as you navigate financial decisions together. But in the event … Read more

5 holiday gifts come with hidden costs

Image source: Getty Images Choose wisely. the main points Some holiday gifts require the recipient to shell out a little more money, and maybe even their time and heart. The new game console will require games to run on it, as well as other accessories. The gift of pet ownership should be seriously considered and … Read more