Regardless of your age, if you’re in a committed relationship or married, both of you should participate in planning for your financial future and be aware of the benefits that come from being a couple. Here are four financial planning benefits you may receive as a couple:
The coronavirus pandemic has motivated many Americans to take full advantage of financial technology. Many are pairing various financial tech solutions to help them improve their financial well-being.
Basic estate planning is something that everyone should do. Regardless of your age, marital status, and if you’re a parent or not. It is a great way to protect yourself and your assets.
According to a 2021 poll by Gallup, slightly half of U.S. adults (46%) have a will that dictates what happens to their assets when they die. Other findings from the May 2021 poll include:
Law enforcement can be a rewarding profession, but it often comes with stress, unpredictable work schedules, and financial stress.
Although some law enforcement positions offer a pension, often it is not enough to last their lifetime. In addition, many law enforcement professionals do not have another retirement savings plan in place. Also, life insurance carrier options can be limited due to the underwriter’s views of occupational risk and early death. Here we examine why financial planning is essential to law enforcement professionals due to their unique profession.