The teen years are a good time to start teaching your child how to use money wisely. Soon they will head off in the world, and chances are they will get a credit card -- or two or three. Giving them money management skills today, will help them manage better tomorrow.
As Baby Boomers creep ever closer to their golden years, they face unprecedented challenges to their future financial security. Retirement nest eggs have eroded considerably since the equity bubble burst on the bull market of the 1990s.
If you're like most people, three years of volatile stock prices has given you new perspective on your financial situation. It's amazing how your perspective can change when you're standing on a window ledge looking down.