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Don't Go Down With the Sickness Human nature tells us to run when things look ugly. Experts say that’s the last thing you should do.
Why It Might Make More Sense to do Nothing With Your Money There’s ample evidence that, much of the time, a more hands-off investing approach actually results in better performance.Bank of Dad
The Financial Steps Every Parent Needs to Take Before the Year Ends As December wraps up, there are some important, money-saving moves all parents need to make.Bank of Dad
What to Do When An Aging Parent Can't Manage Their Own Money Anymore If you need to take over the financial duties of an aging parent, these are the steps you need to take.Bank of Dad
Taking Care of Your Parents Is Overwhelming — And Expensive. This Could Help The costs of caring for your elderly parents can be extremely high. Long term insurance can certainly help. But there are some things to know.Bank of Dad
The Crazy Quest To Save 25% "Super savers" are those who are able to save 25-percent or more of their income. It's difficult for most, but especially parents. Here's how these super savers manage it.
My Students Loans Cost $2,000 a Month. Is There Anything I Can Do? A veterinarian with massive student loan bills is being overwhelmed by his interest rates. "Bank of Dad" has some advice to get out from under the payments.Bank of Dad
5 Tips to Save Money on Health Insurance This Open Enrollment Season Open enrollment season is almost here, which means it's time to take a good look at your family health care plans. When you do, keep these money-saving tips in mind.Bank of Dad
Yes, It's (Usually) a Very Bad Idea to Take a 401k Loan Is it ever a good idea to take a loan out of your retirement account to fund a big purchase? Bank of Dad has some thoughts.Bank of Dad
Your Financial Health Depends on Knowing One Number Understanding it — and, more importantly, doing something about it — is the lynchpin of a sound financial plan.
Do I Have To Financially Support In-Laws I Can't Stand? In this edition of "Bank of Dad," our columnist helps a dad dealing with his in-laws' major financial trouble consider a different approach.Bank of Dad
Do Short-Term Health Insurance Plans Make Sense for Families? The appeal of short-term plans is pretty obvious: they’re a hell of a lot cheaper than individual policies you’ll find elsewhere. But there are some things to consider.Bank of Dad
A Recession Is Probably Coming. Is It Dumb to Think About Buying a House? Is it a bad idea to buy a house with talk of a recession looming? Well, if you're asking the question, you need to figure out a few other things, too.Bank of Dad
How to Pay Off a Mountain of Credit Card Debt Quickly In this edition of "Bank of Dad" our columnist walks a reader through the best ways to pay off a mountain of debt split over numerous credit cards.Bank of Dad
Interest Rates Are Low as Hell. But Do Your Homework Before You Make Any Decisions. In this edition of "Bank of Dad" our columnist offers some perspective on low interest rates and what they mean for your credit cards, mortgage, savings account, and student loans.Bank of Dad