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  • Financial Benefits of Medicare
    Sixty-five can be considered the golden age because once you hit it, you don’t have to worry about all your retirement going towards health insurance. It’s hard enough planning for retirement and trying to decide how much money you will need to live off of comfortably for the rest of your life; and adding healthcare costs into the equation can ...
  • How to Pay for College without Scholarships
    There’s no question that college costs a pretty penny. There’s a lot of pressure to apply for scholarships to help pay for it. What happens if you don’t receive any scholarship money though? How will you pay for school? Here are a few alternative options for funding your education. Grants Grants are typically rewarded by colleges, states and the federal government. The ...
  • Avoid these Retirement Saving Regrets
    What are some of the biggest regrets retirees have surrounding their savings? Let’s take a look at a few that you’ll want to make sure you avoid. Failing to Diversify There are many ways to save money for retirement. Often times, people contribute their entire retirement savings into pre- tax savings accounts. However, it’s good to diversify your money into both pre-tax ...
  • Financial Perks of Turning 65
    Turning 65 may seem scary at first, you are finally retirement age, but the big question still looms overhead; do I have enough money to actually retire? There are more financial benefits out there than you may realize. Some are small financial perks that will save you a dollar here or there, which all add up when you’re on a ...
  • Fears of Those Entering Retirement
    With most big milestones in life, they come with excitement and fear. You are reaching the point in life where the workforce will not rule you. When you get up and what you do during the day will be solely up to your discretion. On the other hand, your earning days are over the fluctuation of different markets will affect ...
  • What To Know About A 529 Plan
    Saving for college comes with a lot of choices. What type of college fund is the right choice for your situation? Or will you just use a standard savings account to keep track of your college money. One type of college fund you should be aware of is the 529 plan. There are a lot of positive aspects to this ...