When is the last time you took a domestic flight?
There are more seats packed into planes. Those planes are almost always full. And the…By Kevin Mulligan on March 7, 2014
Employers that provide matching funds for employee retirement accounts are likely to experience better recruiting and retention than an employer that does not.
Offering even…By Kimberly Cahill on March 4, 2014
Over the coming weeks we will be looking at various luxuries in life that don’t seem harmful to our financial futures but can leave…By Kevin Mulligan on March 3, 2014
Icebergs are huge hazards to giant ships that seem impenetrable.
The same is true of financial hazards sitting just out of sight as we navigate…By Kevin Mulligan on February 28, 2014
Financial education must start at a young age and ramp up as your children grow older. The time invested in teaching your children how…By Kevin Mulligan on February 27, 2014
How much fun is the financial hermit that would rather live in the hills eating rice and beans for…Articles | By Kevin Mulligan on March 5, 2014
How many days per week do you have to force yourself out of bed to get to work?
You’re not…Articles | By Kevin Mulligan on March 3, 2014
I can hear the IRS agents now, singing, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year…”
Yes, it’s tax time….Articles | By Kevin Mulligan on February 28, 2014
Owning, operating, and insuring a vehicle is a necessity unless you live in a big city with a well-run…Articles | By Kimberly Cahill on February 26, 2014
When you think of the Olympics, what comes to mind?
The fierce competition?
The opening and closing ceremonies?
How things are measured…Articles | By Kimberly Cahill on February 24, 2014