No matter how you find balance between your work and home life, these same strategies can be applied to how you manage your money.
Emotional intelligence (EI) measures emotional self-awareness and the ability to control it. Experts say higher EI points to a better relationship with money and a greater sense of self-worth.
Changing careers after retirement takes a plan, solid skills and the drive to start fresh. And it doesn’t have to cost you a lot of money.
On one hand it’s a relief knowing your days of playing chauffer are over. On the other hand, the cost of insuring your new driver sends chills down your spine. Here’s how to reduce auto insurance rates for your teen. (And maybe calm your fears.)
If you’re approaching age 65 or have already turned 65, now’s the time to consider signing up for Medicare to guarantee access to health insurance coverage during your retirement years.
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