From the tech bubble burst to the Great Recession, members of Generation X have had their list of financial woes and notable setbacks impacting their long-term financial planning.
Most Americans who have been working for their entire adult lives have some plans regarding their retirement, whether that’s through a sophisticated savings plan or just keeping some money stashed between their mattress and box spring. Of course, many companies these days offer their employees an easy option to save in the form of a 401(k) or an individual retirement account (IRA).
Same-sex couples whose marital status changed under the historic United States v. Windsor Supreme Court ruling have had a lot to consider over the last year. Here are a few aspects of the financial planning landscape that have changed after the fall of the Defense of Marriage Act: