Dave and Dr. John Delony talk about how to deal with life in quarantine when your normal isn’t so normal.
When it comes to your Social Security benefits, you might be curious if yours will be taxed. The short of it is, it depends. Let’s take a look at how it plays out.
Every good financial plan has an offense and a defense. Insurance is your defense. But here’s the thing about insurance—it can get expensive! So how much is the Average Joe spending on insurance?
The coronavirus is causing a shopping frenzy the world has never seen before. Check out these tips to do the right thing with your money and keep your budget on track.
There’s a lot of information coming at you these days—everything from the right way to wash your hands to how far to socially distance yourself from another breathing human. And in the middle of all the information overload is your money. Let’s break down what you should and shouldn’t be doing with your money in a crisis.
At the end of the day, you need to have your own house in order and ready to weather a recession. That’s going to matter a lot more than what’s happening on Wall Street or at the White House.
You may be wondering if you can deduct medical expenses from your taxes and the short answer is: It depends. We’ll walk you through how to figure out if yours could take a chunk out of your tax bill.
Skipping health insurance is like whitewater rafting without a life jacket. When you go overboard, you’ll wish you’d put one on. And one great way to stay afloat is with an HDHP.
These pantry meals use staple ingredients you probably have already, or you can customize them based on what you do have on hand.
Layoffs, recessions, jobs, finances, family. Let's talk about what you can control during this time of crisis.
If you’ve been impacted by the coronavirus, you’re not alone. If you’re worried about what to do next, Dave has some encouragement for you.
Worried and wondering if you should cancel your wedding because of COVID-19? Here's the info you need about the financial impacts of canceling, plus a few different options for your big day.
Understanding your total tax liability is important if you want to make sure you’re paying the right amount of tax all year. We’ll walk you through it.
If you’re looking for ways to keep your kids entertained while quarantined, here are some of my favorite free ideas
We haven’t lost our hope, and you shouldn’t either.
When fear, anxiety, sadness, loneliness, and anger pop up in your head there are things you can do to stop the insanity.
Buying a home? Freshen up on these real estate terms to make smart, well-informed decisions.
In the middle of all the scary headlines surrounding the coronavirus and the economy, it’s important to stay calm. This too shall pass! Here’s how you can get through a stock market correction.
In this Message of Hope, Christy Wright shares the opportunity we all have in this season of chaos—to reset and rethink how you live your life, so you can create the life you want.
Retail therapy is spending money to make yourself feel better. Here's how you can take back control of your spending habits.