We often hear so much bad news about Baby Boomers and others who aren’t properly prepared to retire comfortably in the U.S. But what about those who have adequately prepared, or who successfully transitioned into retirement?
It’s a question all consumers struggling with debt will have to confront at one point or another: Should I use my savings to pay off my credit card bills? Generally speaking, I don’t think it’s a wise idea to tap into savings, especially things like retirement savings, in order to pay off credit card […]
Q: I am a 53-Year-Old Single Woman Who is Medically Retired. Between Disability and Retirement Income, I’m Living on About $24,000 a Year. I Have a Little Over $90,000 in Retirement Accounts. This is My Only Savings. I Have a Balance on a Business Credit Card of Close to $14,000. The Business Has Been Dissolved […]
Q: What is the Best Way to Save Money and Get a Good Return on it? A: I recently wrote the following article that answers your question about saving money and getting a good return on it. Here is the article, entitled, Three Ways to Save More Money By Getting Paid to Save. Three Ways […]