Jennifer Thomas, CFP® joins “Money Talks” to discuss how important it is for a family to have a Will in place.
Even though it has been a rocky year, some investors may have capital gains they need to offset if they sold during the April highs or if they sold a long-term holding for a profit.
When planning for your retirement, factor in the cost of health care. Consider your Medicare premiums, co-pays and deductibles. For more on how much you will need and what you can do, read this Financial Tip.
Bil Lako, CFP®, and Dr. Gene Henssler offer financial tips to young families.
Make no mistake about it: 401(k) Fee Disclosure rules are a game changer for an industry that has survived on hidden fees, poor service and conflicts of interest.
Sometimes planning for the unexpected isn’t always a dire situation. Could you handle a financial windfall? Read this Financial Tip for more.
The “Money Talks” hosts discuss Henssler Financial’s Ten Year Rule, and how following it can make you feel better about investing during a roller coaster market.
Ready to have the college talk with your high school senior? Learn how to talk about cost, grades and courses of study in this Financial Tip.
A family’s budget for college education will easily be one of the most expensive purchases ever. The current average cost at a public four-year college is $7,605 per year in tuition and fees for in-state students. It is no wonder that during the 2008-2009 school year, more than 78% of undergraduate students received some form of financial aid.
There are several financial tasks you can do prior to your divorce proceedings that may aid in reaching an equitable settlement.