Millennials – Why Social Security Is Not So Secure For You Anymore

20 September 2017
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If you're still 20 to 30 years away from retirement, you probably haven't given your golden years much thought. In fact, you probably have so many current bills to pay -- possibly even student loans -- that the thought of saving money for a future time may not be appealing. Besides, if worse comes to worse, you could always try to live solely off of your social security checks once you retire, right? Read More 

Top Benefits Of Reverse Mortgages

14 July 2017
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If you have been hearing a lot about reverse mortgages and you are not sure whether it something you should look into getting for yourself, you will want to continue reading. Knowing as much as you can about its benefits will help you see the true value in this type of agreement concerning your house: You Get Money Now When you apply for a reverse mortgage, the company is going to evaluate your home equity to determine if there is enough there for the applicant to be eligible for a reverse mortgage. Read More 

Make Your Money Work for You

26 January 2017
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Making money is easy, right? You just clock in and put in your time. Well, making a salary is a way to make money, but making good money comes when your money starts bringing in more residual income. There is no doubt that living on a salary is completely doable and in most cases comfortable. You may be asking yourself whether there is a way to make more money, and the answer is always " Read More 

Retirement Income Choices: Planning Ahead

22 July 2016
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If you are concerned about having enough income in your retirement, then it is important to plan ahead. Depending upon how much time you have until retirement you have different options available to you. If you are not planning on retiring for twenty years, then you have a lot of flexibility in determining how you will generate that income. If you are much closer to retiring, on the other hand, you will need to choose a narrower selection of options. Read More 

Three Myths Regarding Financial Planning For Young Adults

11 April 2016
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The life of a 20-something young adult is busy. Once high school is finished, most kids are off to college, then maybe graduate school. Others hit the workforce right out of high school while others join the military. Then there is dating, possibly marriage and starting a family. Once babies come along, it's difficult to concentrate on anything outside of work and raising those babies to be productive little citizens. A lot of things fall by the wayside during these years, including financial planning. Read More