The Best Watches for Medical Professionals

Many medical professionals enjoy wearing beautiful watches from a fashion as well as usability perspective. What are the best watches for your medical career? You might [...]

The Best Watches for Medical Professionals2019-07-05T14:23:17-10:00

Retirement Myths You Must Never Get Trapped By

Retirement Myths You Must Never Get Trapped By Do you think you are ready to retire? The possibility that you aren't as prepared as you [...]

Retirement Myths You Must Never Get Trapped By2019-07-05T14:23:17-10:00

Is Wealth Hard To Come By?

  Have you ever thought about what it takes to become wealthy? Many people try to get wealthy through quick schemes, through gamble, the lottery or hoping [...]

Is Wealth Hard To Come By?2019-07-05T14:23:17-10:00

How to overcome retirement anxiety 

  It's not always an easy task planning for retirement. A lot of older workers become somewhat besieged and have a tendency to feel stressed and [...]

How to overcome retirement anxiety 2019-07-05T14:23:17-10:00

How to Set Your Financial Goals for Retirement

How to Set Your Financial Goals for Retirement One of the foremost steps toward mapping out a retirement plan that is successful is to sort [...]

How to Set Your Financial Goals for Retirement2019-07-05T14:23:17-10:00

How to Build Retirement Savings Foundation While Being a Nurse

How to Build Retirement Savings Foundation While Being a Nurse More often than not, you get a clearer picture of the type of life you [...]

How to Build Retirement Savings Foundation While Being a Nurse2019-07-05T14:23:17-10:00

Five Ways to Make Your Money Last Longer

Five Ways to Make Your Money Last Longer Nowadays, Americans live longer and that's great news! The average life expectancy as at 1900 was 49 [...]

Five Ways to Make Your Money Last Longer2019-07-05T14:23:17-10:00

Do you track your spending the same way you track your social media?

Do you track your spending the same way you track your social media Over 40% of Americans check Facebook every day but the percentage of [...]

Do you track your spending the same way you track your social media?2019-07-05T14:23:17-10:00

12 Tips Every Nurse Should Know About Paying Off Student Loans

12 Tips Every Nurse Should Know About Paying Off Student Loans When you graduate from nursing school, you start a career of helping people. You’re [...]

12 Tips Every Nurse Should Know About Paying Off Student Loans2019-07-05T14:23:18-10:00

5 Tips on How to Manage Your Vacation Budget

5 Tips on How to Manage Your Vacation Budget You have worked really hard and have earned the right to go on a vacation. You [...]

5 Tips on How to Manage Your Vacation Budget2019-07-05T14:23:18-10:00

5 Tips to Teach Your Kids the Value of Work

5 Tips to Teach Your Kids the Value of Work If you are a parent, you're bound to hear your kids demand money from you [...]

5 Tips to Teach Your Kids the Value of Work2019-07-05T14:23:18-10:00

Why Nurses should be thinking about retirement today

Why Nurses should be thinking about retirement today? Like most people, when you conceive planning for retirement, you probably picture a figure. The actuality is [...]

Why Nurses should be thinking about retirement today2019-07-05T14:23:18-10:00

Case Study #2: How to Get Financial Organized

Case Study #2: How to Get Financial Organized RN age 28 Married with 2 young kids Student Loan: $22,700 Income: $76,000 State: Hawaii Mortgage balance: 327,000 [...]

Case Study #2: How to Get Financial Organized2019-07-05T14:10:27-10:00

Life-Saving Life Insurance!

Life-Saving Life Insurance! As a nurse, you’re probably accustomed to making life-changing and sometimes life-saving decisions to benefit the patients that are fortunate to have [...]

Life-Saving Life Insurance!2019-07-05T14:10:27-10:00

Understanding Social Security and Disability Insurance — Is Your Income Covered?

Understanding Social Security and Disability Insurance -- Is Your Income Covered? Could you live on $1,200 a month? What about no income at all? For [...]

Understanding Social Security and Disability Insurance — Is Your Income Covered?2019-07-05T14:10:27-10:00

Case Study #1 : How to Increase Savings and Cash Flow at the same Time

How to Increase Savings and Cash Flow at the same Time RN age 39 Divorced Student Loan: $0 Income: $82,000 State: California Rent: $1,700 Savings [...]

Case Study #1 : How to Increase Savings and Cash Flow at the same Time2019-07-05T14:10:27-10:00

I just got a new nursing job: What should I do with my existing retirement plan

What to Do With a 401(k) When You Change Jobs If you change job and had a retirement plan with your now existing employer you [...]

I just got a new nursing job: What should I do with my existing retirement plan2017-02-28T14:37:52-10:00