Saving money – it’s hardwired into a shopper’s economic DNA. Whether you’re buying a new car, new shoes, or just more toothpaste, finding a great deal is one of life’s little victories.
Some things are worth the wait.
There are many things to look forward to in your 50s – taking a bucket list trip with your spouse, trying your hand at a new career (because you have the flexibility to do so), and enjoying the fruits of your labor from the first half-century of your life.
Overall, it’s a time to bask in the financial security you’ve been working to create over the years and ensuring you’re on the right path for retirement.
When it comes to smart financial planning in your 50s, does life insurance have a rightful place in the mix?
If the real estate mantra “location, location, location” had a life insurance equivalent, it would probably be “decisions, decisions, decisions.”
If you want to know the future of the economy, just ask a Millennial.
This generation, born in the 1980s and 1990s, has transformed the expectation of how and why we buy certain products. With a preference for digital services, Millennials have influenced the business models of many companies – new and old, which are adjusting to accommodate the preferences of this generation.
Hey, Gen-Xer. Feel like no one’s paying attention to you?
If you think it’s all about Baby Boomers and Millennials, you’re not alone. In fact, according to a study conducted by the Pew Research Center in 2014, Gen-Xers are indeed the neglected middle child.