5 Solutions When Entrepreneurs Forget to Save for Retirement
Who Else Needs Some Motivation To Save For Retirement?
This last week, we lost some tulips (thank you, hail) and enjoyed some track meets (thank you, sunshine), and now we’re back to talk about retirement, specifically for entrepreneurs. More and more people are joining the ranks of entrepreneurs these days. Technology and even crowdfunding is making it easier for anyone to launch a product […]
Surprise! 3 Useful Tips to Thrive with Boomerang Kids
Saving for retirement sounds a little like eating kale. They say we “should” do both, but nobody really wants to. It’s hard to clearly see today what retirement might look like in the future. So who else needs some motivation to save for retirement? If the research is accurate two-thirds of us need to get […]
10 Ways to Guarantee You’ll Pay Your Child’s Bills Forever
There is no debating that things have been tough for kids graduating from college the past 8 years. Here is a statistic we recently stumbled across: “One in five people in their 20s and early 30s is currently living with his or her parents. And 60 percent of all young adults receive financial support from […]
Does an “empty nest” equal an empty bank account? It doesn’t have to. But a nationwide trend shows over two-thirds of parents over the age of 50 financially supported a child older than 21 in the last five years. The practice is so common psychologists named this period of extended child dependency “emerging adulthood.” This […]