The 2008 financial crisis and the following Great Recession may have made millennials better with money. According to recent study by Allianz Life Generations, more than 40% of millennials set aside money every month compared to 36% of Gen-Xers.
Health care in the United States can be outrageously expensive, even for people with insurance coverage. A single medical event can often drive families into bankruptcy, and that can be scary. It’s even scarier once you stop working, as health care costs tend to rise with your age. And according to a 2018 survey, 30% of […]
A New York man pleaded guilty last month to mail fraud and some other heinous acts. According to Newsday, John Derounian, 53, forged a dead woman’s will, had her cremated, and transferred almost all of her assets, about $1.2 million, into his personal account. The U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District also noted that Derounian […]