Weekend Reads: Financial tips for couples, lowering your auto insurance costs, and more…

By: Kimberly Lankford

January 25, 2020

Why communicating about money is key to a healthy relationship and financial future

Forbes article by a financial planner explaining how important it is for couples to share information about money — and red flags to avoid.

You really can lower your car insurance cost

New York Times article explaining why most people’s car insurance rates have been rising and strategies for reducing your premiums.

Retirement spending 101: The do’s and don’ts

This Next Avenue article divides retirement into three time periods with very different spending patterns — jubilation, stabilization, and 5-mile radius — and shares advice from financial planners about which expenses are worth it and which are not.

Check out these insider tips for the top things to know about retiring in another country

Experts who have retired abroad share advice and helpful resources with CNBC.

A new generation seeks to give it all away now

Family foundations are usually designed to last for generations, but these foundations give away all of the money within a limited time period. Even though these foundations were started by families with millions — or billions — of dollars, the concepts can help people of all income levels think about the priorities of their charitable giving.

22 money-saving ideas from the experts

Great short tips to help you save money in a wide variety of categories — from prescription drugs and retirement savings to mortgages and home improvements.

Helping them along

Advice from Humble Dollar’s Jonathan Clements to help you teach your kids about money.

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