As Pacific Northwesterners, we live under the specter of seismic activity—including the Big One. While we can’t predict when the next earthquake will hit, we can make informed decisions when it comes to earthquake insurance.
If you haven’t checked your beneficiary designations lately, you might want to review them. Keeping beneficiaries current can prevent a host of headaches down the line.
For the recent graduate in your life, we’ve assembled some of our favorite advice—financial and otherwise—from a seasoned advisor. And they thought they were done learning…
While many Americans prefer to age at home, continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) and traditional retirement communities are attractive alternatives. What’s the difference between the two?
When it’s time to switch gears from saving for college to paying for tuition, you’ll want to know how to access your 529 funds. Here are some tips for getting started.
If you’re nearing 65, you’ll want to familiarize yourself with Medicare’s various enrollment scenarios. Timely enrollment ensures coverage when you need it—and helps you avoid unexpected penalties.