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IT'S ALL ABOUT MONEY MANAGEMENT
April 2018 -
Why do so many people choose a Roth IRA rather than a traditional IRA? Let's look at the trade-off you make when you contribute to a Roth IRA—a trade-off many savers are happy to make.
March 2018 -
Is it time to review your life insurance policy? Do you still need it? How much? What kind? There are so many kinds and variables that it is important to have an annual professional review.
February 2018 -
There are many reasons why people consider refinancing; some provide benefits, but others can lead to trouble. It's important to see if your reasons offer a true benefit.
January 2018 -
You may be shocked to learn that part of your Social Security income could be taxed. If your provisional income exceeds a certain level, that will happen. Just what is “provisional income”?
December 2017 -
The enrollment period for health insurance lasts only to December 15 in many states, and the healthcare.gov website will be down on many Sundays. Here are tips on tax credits and shopping for plans.
November 2017 -
Consumers may be at risk for many years. When a pillar of worldwide credit reporting has its data stolen twice in five months, we can't be too trusting of online security.
October 2017 -
Keep an eye out for these signs of identity theft. If you suspect any of these problems of fraud or cybercrime may be happening to you, here are tips on who to contact to file reports.
September 2017 -
Are they worthwhile alternatives to traditional LTC policies? The price of long-term care insurance has really gone up, so hybrid LTC products have emerged. Lump-sum funding is available.
August 2017 -
Emotions can keep people from doing the right things with their money—or lead them to keep doing the wrong things. Impulsiveness, fear, nonchalance, and more can get in your way. Let logic rule.
July 2017 -
Your risk of being audited is low, unless you show the I.R.S. some conspicuous “red flags” on your return. Here are some tips.