May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. The President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition encourages you to improve your physical fitness by becoming more active. And while you’re pursuing a healthier you, why not get your retirement account into shape as well?
- Not using the right equipment
- Overdoing it
- Not consulting a trainer
See this month’s issue of Let’s Talk Money, these tips may give you a better retirement outlook.
• The Smart Way To Pay for College
While the cost of getting a college education continues to increase, families seem to be getting smarter about paying for it. For the 2014-2015 academic year – the third year in a row – parents and students overall borrowed less (as a percentage of college costs) and paid a greater portion of college bills from current income and assets than they did the previous year.* Here’s why that’s smart.
• A Moving Experience
Is there a move in your future? Whether it’s cross town or cross country, moving can be a major hassle – and a major expense. Here are some ideas for keeping both to a minimum.
• Lost and Found
It can happen. Following the death of a loved one, if no life insurance policy is found, questions arise. Could a policy exist? If so, where might it be? Here are some strategies legal representatives can use to find some answers.
• Thoroughly Modern Money
When you need directions, do you reach for a map? Or do you reach for the closest mobile device? Paper maps are nice, but they can’t tell you if traffic’s backed up or a road is closed. Technology is expanding our options for doing lots of things – including managing our finances.
• Q&A Let’s Talk Retirement
All this and more in this issue of Let’s Talk Money…