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Pregnant mother doing yoga with her son on the lawn after budgeting for a second child

Budgeting for a Second Child & Beyond

Finances
Consider these tips when you're ready for a new addition to your family — whether it's your second, third or beyond!
Husband and daughter of older woman in hospital discussing planning a funeral service ahead of time

Planning a Funeral Service for a Loved One: Memorial, Graveside or Veteran's Service

Insurance
Planning a funeral service for a loved one involves choosing the type of service — and can underscore the importance of final arrangements.
Senior couple riding a motorscooter: some retirement myths portray it as a permanent vacation

5 Common Retirement Myths Debunked

Retirement
Don't let these common misconceptions stand in the way of preparing for the retirement you want.
Mother cooking with her daughter: difference between accidental death insurance and life insurance

What's the Difference Between Accidental Death Insurance & Life Insurance?

Insurance
Life insurance and accidental death insurance might sound similar, but they're meant to serve different needs — here's how they could fit with yours.
A young couple reviewing their budget and bills, thinking about canceling a life insurance policy.

Should You Keep Your Life Insurance Policy During Tough Times?

Insurance
If money's tight, chances are you'll be looking to cut costs. But canceling your life insurance coverage might be more complicated than you think.
Couple laughing and walking on the beach after discussing "How much do I need to retire at 62?"

How Much Do I Need to Retire at 62?

Retirement
Seeing as the "official" retirement age doesn't kick in until your mid-60s, 62 is considered an early retirement. Could you still make it work?
A couple prepares their retirement budget, asking themselves: How much do I need to retire at 50?

How Much Do I Need to Retire at 50?

Retirement
Planning to retire at 50 can seem like a stretch, but that's not to say it's impossible. Here are some factors to consider.
Smiling middle-age woman standing outside, thinking "How much do I need to retire at 65?"

How Much Do I Need to Retire at 65?

Retirement
The current full retirement age is 65 — how do you know if you'll be prepared by then? Here are a few key factors in the retirement equation.
Parents and their children having fun on the couch at home — some new parents choose to buy term

What Does It Mean to Buy Term & Invest the Difference?

Investments
There's life insurance, there's investing ... but what about when you buy term and invest the difference? Here's what it means.
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