Financial Wellness

Ways to keep your adult child from ruining your retirement savings

The last thing a parent wants to do is see his or her child — no matter the age — go without.
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Infographic: Managing debt throughout your life

Here's a look at how debt changes throughout your life.
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3 ways family can help build your credit

Whether you're just starting out in the credit game or looking to rebuild after you've made some mistakes, building your credit is one of the best things you can do for your financial future.
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5 easy ways to get an excellent credit score

Getting an excellent credit score may be easier than you think. Here are 5 easy ways for you to increase your credit score:
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Never put these expenses on a credit card

Credit cards can't be more convenient. Any time you want to pay for something, you can whip out that piece of plastic.
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7 questions to ask yourself before applying for another credit card

Opening a new credit card can increase your credit score, provide you with extra perks and rewards, decrease your interest rates, and give you a back-up in case of financial emergencies.
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5 credit tips for new college grads

Congratulations! You made it through college armed with a degree, and hopefully a job.
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Strategies to deal with life's surprises

An emergency savings fund isn’t just a little extra money for someday. The savings can be a lifeline when you experience an unplanned life event, such as a job loss, divorce, accident or illness.
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Why have an emergency savings fund?

Because, life happens. You deserve to feel good about your finances, even when life catches you off-guard.
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What counts as a real financial emergency and what if you can’t cover the expense?

So what really counts as an emergency? When life catches you off guard, ask yourself if the expense is really unexpected, necessary or urgent before dipping into your emergency savings fund
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Your 2018 Guide to Long-Term Care Insurance

Did you know that Medicare typically doesn't cover nursing home stays or in-home health services?
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How to turn your passions Into retirement income

Look for a part-time job that offers the chance to engage with your hobbies and passions on a more regular basis
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Getting your financial house in order

If you want to retire comfortably, it’s important to know where you stand with your finances.
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Baby Boomer Retirement Realities

Baby Boomers as a generation have set the trend for a lot of things over the years, from the feminist movement to minivans and Saturday morning soccer games.
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Protecting your retirement planning with insurance

Life insurance can help you manage what’s unpredictable while you save for your future and after you retire. And depending on your personal situation, there are ways to use life insurance that you may not have considered.
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Longevity and technology are transforming the way people retire

Living to be 80 or 90 years old was once considered an anomaly.
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5 financial tips to finish the year strong

As 2017 comes to a close, it’s a great time to evaluate your financial picture for the year ahead. Here are some things to consider during the final stretch of the year.
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Special considerations for special needs planning

The special needs community represents one of the largest demographics in the U.S., yet they are often overlooked and under served. Voya Cares can help.
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Five of the most important ages for retirement planning

As you approach and enter retirement, make sure you know what to do and when to do it.
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Funnel more into your 401k and IRA with catch-ups

Is it time to start making catch up contributions? Read this article to learn more.
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Imagine your best retirement

Getting to where you want to go will depend on the choices you make today. While we know you are likely doing what you can now to save, you have many priorities competing for your money. Taking the appropriate steps now may help set you up for a better financial situation later.
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Trim down your spending habits for a healthier life – financially

The way we spend money is very similar to the way we eat food. If something looks appetizing, we consume. Sometimes we can go overboard and indulge too much. That’s when the unhealthy aspect kicks in. As it pertains to food, you begin to gain additional weight – financially, the additional expenses that you’ve created for yourself begin to weigh heavily on you. When that happens, then it may be time to shed some pounds to get back on the right financial track.
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