Retirement


  • 3 Credit Cards for Retirement Investing

    The age of the pension has swiftly declined since the 1980s, and more Americans than ever before must invest in their own retirement. Retirement planning and investing is crucial, as it can help you get through your golden years comfortably. When you have many other financial obligations, it can be difficult to set aside funds… Read More

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  • Extreme Financial Makeover: 30 Moves in 30 Days

    Putting your finances in order feels great. The job doesn’t have to be excruciating.

  • 15 Numbers You Need To Know To Make Smart Financial Decisions

    The Wall Street Journal lists 15 important numbers that everyone should know to make better financial decisions. Here they are, broken down by category.

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  • The 8 Best Vanguard Funds for Long-Term Investments

    If you’re busy and want to invest your money in the long term, you will love the best vanguard funds. They are cheaper. They are high quality funds, well diversified, and professionally managed. Thus, vanguard funds are a favorite for long-term investments and for retirement. Vanguard mutual funds, like any mutual funds, are money invested …

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  • What Long-Term Care Insurance Covers

    While Medicare and Medicaid both help aging adults afford some of their medical expenses, they may not cover the cost of an extended illness or disability. That’s where long-term care insurance comes into play. Long-term care insurance helps policyholders pay … Continue reading →

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  • Mint Money Audit 6-Month Check-In: How Did Michelle Allocate Her Windfall?

    In March I offered some financial advice to Michelle, a Mint user who was struggling with debt, a lack of retirement savings and a bit of family financial drama amongst her siblings. Michelle was anticipating a cash bonus from her…

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  • How To Retire At 50: 10 Easy Steps To Consider

    Can you retire at 50? On average, people usually retire at 65. But what if you want to retire 15 years earlier than that like  at 50? Is it doable? Below are 10 easy steps to take to retire at 50.  Retiring early can be challenging. Therefore, SmartAsset’s free tool can match you with  a …

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  • As Markets Wobble, Will We See a Wave of Reverse Mortgages?

    With retirement accounts taking a huge hit, one leading indicator shows we might soon see a wave of reverse mortgages.

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