If you are changing jobs or retiring, and shares in your company stock are part of your retirement plan, you have an additional option to consider when you transfer
This is the fifth post in my “Divorce & Your Money” series. In addition to their assets, a divorcing couple must identify their financial debts or liabilities. Division and responsibility
This is the fourth post in my “Divorce & Your Money” series. A divorcing couple must identify and evaluate their financial assets and liabilities. Division and responsibility for each will
This is the third post in my “Divorce & Your Money” series. There may be some confusion about which property (assets or money) may be considered “yours”, “mine” and “ours”.
Just as I did for June and July, it’s time for another garden update. Here’s what was happening in August: Holy tomatoes! We planted FIFTY tomato plants this year, on
If you have inherited an individual retirement account (IRA), you may want to transfer the funds into an inherited IRA, also known as a beneficiary IRA. This type of inheritance
This is the second post in my “Divorce & Your Money” series. For someone considering divorce, the first decision to consider may be the process itself. Legally, an action for
There are many financial issues to be resolved before a divorce settlement may be completed. It is also a very difficult time to be making decisions regarding your financial future.
Ever consider having a tag sale to clean out your closet and make a few bucks? I actually did it this summer! Here is my story, and a few things