Everyone has memories from learning how to drive. You probably remember your dad adding little pieces of advice as you travel the backstreets of your town. He may have mentioned that you need to be a “defensive driver.”
Most people spend the majority of their career waiting for the day they retire. Imagine golfing on the greenest courses in the country or living in a beautiful home on the lake. However, most people also spend the majority of their career saving for their retirement plans.
Most drivers know how dangerous the roads are during the winter in Pennsylvania. Between slushy snowfall and icy streets, winter offers a variety of risks for residents. That’s why most drivers welcome spring with open arms once the temperatures start to rise.
Moving to a new place can be stressful. Packing up your entire life and taking it somewhere else may take a lot of work. It only gets more complicated when you try to figure out how your child custody agreement factors in.
According to a study by the Pew Research Center, divorce among couples 50 and older increased by 109% over the last twenty-five years. This phenomenon, known as “gray divorce,” puts many adults in an uncertain financial situation during their retirement years.
Imagine you are in a severe car accident. You can get out of the car without any significant pain and assess the damage to your vehicle and the other driver. They ask if you want to go to the hospital, but you don't think you have any injuries. What do you say?