Three things investors should know ahead of the 2020 presidential election
The third Thursday in October is “Get Smart About Credit Day.” Yes, there is such a thing. Also, yes, it’s needed. While the national day focuses on responsible credit habits for young people, older Americans shouldn’t ignore promoted practices. Even during retirement, good credit is still salient.
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HSA accounts are the most tax-efficient way to save for the medical segment of retirement expenses. If you can use the HSA as a stealth retirement account, why wouldn’t you?
With college tuition rates remaining stagnant for the past six years, the Florida Prepaid plan is offering refunds and reduced payments for some participants. Who qualifies, and what do you need to do?
Challenging events, like this year's pandemic, provide experiences that lead to wisdom over time, but only if we learn from those experiences.
Check on your nest egg and make sure you are not making these common mistakes
Starting with age 50, many birthday years bring different financial rules that you should be aware of.