Financial Wellness

Five financial planning tips for LGBTQ+ couples

June is Pride month. Here are some tips on planning for your future.
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From pride to fabulous: LGBT financial priorities

While many in the LGBTQ+ community do extremely well for themselves, a large number struggle for basic things like housing and food. Wherever you stand – it is important to be proactive and take steps to make smarter financial decisions.
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Protect your future, plan for your legacy

Financial planning is important throughout your life. Making sure you have basic protections in place, such as any life, health-related and disability insurance, to protect your assets is essential.
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8 reasons to save in a 401(k) and why it matters

Most of us could improve our financial lives and could use a little help. Saving for retirement is no different. Gone are the days of secured retirement as more employers are phasing out of traditional pensions and replacing with the 401(k).1
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Your retirement, reimagined: refine your vision with professional financial guidance

Of all of the stages in life, this one uniquely belongs to you. Now it’s your time to shine, refine and align your vision so you can feel good about retiring.
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Five-point 401(k) checklist: creating a healthy account

Can you believe over 52 million Americans have over 4 trillion dollars invested in 401(k) accounts? While most understand the mechanics behind the 401(k) – allowing workers to save and invest a portion of their paycheck before taxes are taken out – many are not aware that there are things to think about regarding maximizing your account’s financial security.
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Suddenly, everything changes. Are you protected?

When you are healthy and moving along in your life, you often don’t think what could happen – if something were to happen to you. No one expects an illness or an accident to occur, but when it does – how long could you continue paying your bills without exhausting your assets or going into substantial debt?
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How to manage debt (and still have fun)

Yes, it’s true: spending money is fun. Buying a new TV, treating yourself to a massage, taking a vacation—all of these things can feel, well, awesome. Especially when you’re rewarding yourself for the hard work you do. But going into debt to be good to yourself? That takes a little of the shine off the experience, doesn’t it? Fortunately, it’s possible to enjoy life and manage debt, at the same time!
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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