You know that deciding to invest some of your money in the market automatically means you’re setting yourself up for possible loss.
Investing your money is a tried and true approach to building a life worth enjoying after retirement. But with so many options available, you may feel stuck.
Investing in cryptocurrency is all the rage, but that doesn’t mean it’s the financially responsible choice for everyone. Let’s take a closer look at cryptocurrency, its volatile nature, and explore the question of whether it’s a good idea to invest in what has been hailed by some as the “money of the future.”
A protection plan is an investment that limits financial risk. It provides peace of mind and helps you avoid financial strain when the unexpected happens — but choosing a plan isn't always a Sunday drive.
Louisiana Federal Credit Union is excited to announce the recipients of its 2021 Ronald E. Thomas Memorial Scholarship.
A great vacation doesn't have to involve flying or traveling across the country. When thinking about your summer vacation, consider an affordable road trip to nearby locations you may have overlooked.
Values-based planning is a philosophy that's spreading like wildfire in the financial sector. Is this a passing trend or did they finally crack the code to attaining true wealth?
As we saw in 2021, many Americans struggled with the aftershock of a financial disaster due to COVID-19. Whether it’s due to a layoff, a smaller workload, medical expenses or a change in family circumstances, a financial fallout is devastating for people in every sector of the economy.
After 2 million households lost power to Hurricane Zeta in 2020, you don't have to be a doomsday prepper to recognize the practical advantages of owning a home generator during hurricane season.
Losing a job is never easy. However, it could end up being a good thing in the long run.
How do men and women stack up against each other in the money management arena? We pulled together dozens of studies to see where the differences lie.
When it comes to purchasing a vehicle, studies show that Generation Z is full of pragmatic buyers who put a heavy focus on price, lifestyle and connection when choosing the ride that's right for them.
Here are some of the top vehicles for buyers between the ages of 16 and 25.
18,000 people in the U.S. are putting the “broke” in “heartbroken” as online scammers continue to prey on hopeless romantics, to the point of unwittingly aiding in a crime.