When you make a large purchase like a home or a car, itâs not uncommon to borrow money to complete the transaction. Most people donât keep tens of thousands of dollars on hand for large purchases, and thatâs when a lender can come in handy. Loans are not done out of goodwill, though. When banks […]
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Retirement advice for a couple seeking a diverse area with moderate population, warm climate, good beaches, and culture.
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Some people dream of spending their retirement on beaches, but others find joy in quaint villages, winter sports, snowy landscapes or dramatic views of glassy smooth fjords nestled between soaring mountain peaks. If the latter is more your style, you … Continue reading →
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So youâre retiring? Nowâs the time to put your CDâs returns to work.
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The key to a comfortable retirement is to think ahead and to have enough money saved up in your retirement savings account. However, you may have fallen behind on your savings and need a boost to get you on the right track. There are some ways to accelerate your retirement savings if that’s the case. …
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Time and time again, I’ll come across an unfortunate story and/or a GoFundMe for a person who didn’t have life insurance and has left their family with debt, no savings, and very little to continue to live off of. Note: Before you exit out of this page because you think it’s not worth it, many […]
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Today, I have a great guest post to share. Here is how this person paid off $65,000 in student loans all while investing at the same time. Student loans… everyone’s got ‘em everyone wants to get rid of them. This is a story of my battle with student loans and how I found success in […]
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The idea behind FIRE is if you can earn more money, live on less, and save and invest the rest, you can cut years â or even decades â off of your working career. Of course, the FIRE movement has its problems. Not everyone can save 50% or more of their income to work toward […]
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One of the major disadvantages of annuities is that in their pure form, they provide no death benefit. That is if you take an annuity when you are 65, with the idea that it will pay you an income for the next 20 years, but you die when youâre 70, the remaining value of the […]
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NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the IRS has extended the federal tax filing and payment deadline to July 15, 2020. The recent relief package passed by Congress may have additional tax implications. Please contact a tax adviser for information you may need to complete your taxes this year. Learn More. Note: This article is… Read More
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