How can a family of four shift from earning two incomes to one, while still pursuing financial independence?
How would a 55-year-old couple with $2 million saved know if they’re ready to retire?
Can parents use leftover money in their 529 plan to help their daughter with her college loans?
If you start a job with an employer who doesn’t offer high-deductible, HSA-compatible health insurance plans, could you use a plan from your old boss?
And where should a father keep his daughter’s Bat Mitzvah money?
My friend and former financial advisor Joe Saul-Sehy and I tackle these five questions in today’s episode. Here’s a close-up look at each situation.