A study led by Johns Hopkins University sociologist Andrew J. Cherlin points to one feature in the American economy that may be putting extra pressure on the institution of marriage, leading some to forego or postpone it.
The number of “gray divorces” continues to rise. As longtime marriages break up, there may be a new financial tool on the horizon, according to Forbes. It’s called a “divorce mortgage,” and here’s how it works.
A cancer diagnosis presents two problems: How to treat it, and how to pay for the treatment, which can cost thousands of dollars every month, even with insurance. Here’s how some families tackle the challenge.