Sort and filter Sort by: Oldest to newestNewest to oldest Filter by: Budgeting Debt Education Estate planning Financial planning Health care Insurance Investing Markets and the economy Nearing retirement Retirement income Retirement planning Social security Taxes Workplace benefits 6 min read Estate planning Do you need (or want) a trust in your estate plan? What’s a trust? Do you need a trust if you have a will? Learn how this estate planning option can benefit you and your family—now and in the future. 6 min read Estate planning Yes, you need a will (and an estate plan, too). Here are 5 things to know. Want to do everything you can to take care of the people you care about? Then it’s time for both a will and an estate plan. 4 min read Estate planning 10 essential documents for estate planning success When you organize your estate planning documents, think beyond a will and life insurance. 3 min read Financial planning 5 health care records that can help protect your finances Assembling key health care records can help equip your loved ones with the estate planning tools they need to deal with stressful times. 4 min read Estate planning How to make a will in 7 steps Create a will so your assets end up with the people and causes you care about most. We’ve broken down the process into 7 straightforward steps. 6 min read Budgeting 6 things to do with your money before having a baby Whether you’re a new parent or you’ve got a little one on the way, the time to plan for your family’s finances is now. 5 min read Estate planning Do I need a trust? A few questions can help you decide if you need a trust as part of your estate plan. 4 min read Estate planning How to build generational wealth Building wealth, whatever it looks like, and leaving it to the people we love—it’s a goal many of us share. Here’s how to pass your financial legacy from one generation to the next. 5 min read Estate planning What happens to my money when I die? 6 steps to estate planning Not sure where to start with estate planning? Begin with a simple question: Who gets what when I die? 3 min read Estate planning Leave a legacy you can be proud of: 5 considerations for choosing retirement beneficiaries You work hard to build your retirement savings. Protect what you’ve built by making sure your savings go to the beneficiary you choose.