High school seniors should be thinking more seriously about what they want to do after they graduate, especially if they plan to go to college. If you
While many investors have heard of Roth IRAs, they don’t know much about them or how to use them. A ProPublica story was published in June about Peter
Welcome to October. As usual, the year has flown by. Fall is in the air and Halloween – our son Daniel’s birthday – is fast approaching. The leaves
As parents, we want the best for our kids. Most schools do not do a good job of teaching personal finance. That leaves it to us, as parents, to
I’m happy to report that after quarantining at home for 10 days, our son who came down with covid is back in school. Other than a loss of smell, he
As parents, we want the best for our kids. Most schools do not do a good job of teaching personal finance. Helping our kids become more financially
Over the past few weeks, I’ve shared some personal thoughts as my wife, Diana, and I helped two of our children move into their college residences.
If you create a picture of a widow in your mind, who is she like? I imagine you picture a woman in her late 70s or older. That’s not what the U.S.
On Monday, my family and I celebrated my wife Diana’s birthday. We had originally intended to go to Atlanta for a long weekend. The highlight of the