Financial Planning Articles
Trapped by $87,000 in Student Debt and a Career He Didn't Love, This Gig Economy Entrepreneur Side Hustled His Way to Financial Independence
An Employee Stole $225,000. It Took 10 Years for This Small Business to Uncover the Truth
When it’s Time to Remodel, Some Home Renovations Pay For Themselves. These Upgrades Might Not.
For Historic Home Buffs, Restoring an Old House Is Like “Rescuing a Stray Dog”
Thinking about restoring an old house? An accomplished house renovator shares advice about tackling common restoration repairs on a budget.
Flipping Houses for Profit Looks Easy on TV. These Pros Know a Different Story.
Flipping houses for profit looks easy on TV. These pros talk to Farmers Insurance about a different story.
Seven Years, $40K in Debt, Three Trucks, a Few Flat Tires and One Huge Risk That Paid Off
Living with the Parents Again, but under Your Roof
When Cathy Gallub's mother died in 2012, it didn't take long to realize her 92-year-old father could no longer live on his own.
Buying Home Insurance? Make Sure Your Valuables Are Covered
Not all home insurance policies are the same. Understand how limitations and exclusions work, to make sure your assets are protected under your homeowners policy.
Why You May Want to Rethink That Oversized Tub (and Other Bathroom Remodeling Considerations)
Should you roll up your sleeves or pull out a checkbook? A featured contractor on HGTV's "House Hunters Renovation" weighs in.