Well the British decided to secede from the European Union. Did you find yourself worrying about what would happen to your investment portfolios?
After last week’s column highlighting advice for soon to be college freshmen from my son at Boston University, I had a few questions from parents about my son choosing to go across the country for college,
In my days as a financial adviser and now as an educator at MOAA, I have witnessed financial behaviors that span the spectrum. Good or bad behavior, there is something to be learned that can help
Through my wife’s military career, we’ve been fortunate to be around British and Australians – fortunate in that it exposed us to new ideas and customs (and terms — we’re never wearing a fanny pack in England).
Risk. Isn’t risk the reason so many people fear the stock market? Risk in the stock market is only one of many forms of risk. There are safe, conservative, even guaranteed, forms of savings that have risks.
My kids love playing outside and hanging with their friends but electronics draw them in like insects to a bright light. Even if we limit their usage and access, technology is very much a part of their lives now and will continue
If you are in a military commissioning program and nearing graduation, you’ve probably been offered a “starter loan” by a financial institution. Many students question whether they should take the loan. Generally, nothing is wrong with
Do you find the new "smart" credit cards — the ones with a computer chip embedded on their front — a pain? Well, some improvements are coming.
Last week I mentioned three MilSpouse run Facebook sites offering forums for advice and interesting reading. The point of noting these MilVillages (as I like to call them) was they address two common areas of conversation