The sooner you start saving toward retirement, the better.
Finances 101 from Bank of Sun Prairie
There are so many kinds of savings accounts out there, so which one is best?
When our parents and grandparents started working, it was more common for people to retire with a generous company pension bolstered by Social Security payments. These days, preparing for retirement is more of a do-it-yourself proposition.
Here are some simple precautions you can take before you leave and while on a trip to reduce your risk of running into trouble.
When it comes to holiday spending, it’s easy to get carried away. After all, what could be more fun than vacationing, opening presents, and spending time with loved ones? That said, it’s essential to ensure you focus on the things that matter most rather than overspending on frivolities.
A Flexible Spending Account (FSA) allows you to dedicate pre-tax money to eligible health care and out-of-pocket costs for you, your spouse, and your dependents. Employers who offer this benefit will withhold a certain amount of money each paycheck, pre-tax, for your FSA account. The money accumulated in your FSA
Financial vocabulary is often opaque and difficult to understand for those who don’t have a professional or educational background in the field. But the fact is that many of the terms we so often hear thrown around in economic contexts are tied to our financial well-being. That’s why