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Now that you’re older and it’s just you and your spouse, or just you; you may have been thinking about downsizing into a smaller home. But before you ask a real estate agent to come over and place a dollar value on your home, take the time to do a few easy do-it-yourself home improvement […]
At the start of every New Year, everyone wants to know how to save more money. One of the best ways to do it is to stop spending so much of it on credit card debt. The faster you pay down higher interest credit cards and loans, the better your credit rating will be and […]
Boomers have been ridiculed in the press recently for being the cause of the national debt problem. Certain Gen X journalists are even disgruntled that Boomers are going to live longer than previous generation counterparts and their Gen X, or even Millennial, kids will have to assume their care and debt longer than bearable. Though […]
You probably have noticed that prices of food and many other things have gone up in the last several months. While there’s nothing you can do about the state of our economy, there are some things you can do to help the state of your own economy. You can find ways to decrease the cost […]
Yes, it’s true, another new year has begun. You’re a year older, and wiser, and still keeping a close eye on your finances. Your money may partially be going to caring for older parents, helping your kids and/or grandkids, or trying to start a new business venture for yourself. You may also be trying to […]
It’s the start of a new year and tax season is just around the corner. Now is the time you will want to start getting all your tax preparation information together. While doing so, you’ll want to make sure that you’re taking all the legal deductions that you can, especially if you’re self-employed, own a […]
You’ve been practicing your hobby for years on weekends or whenever you could find a few extra hours here and there while working and running the rest of your life. Now, you’re nearing retirement age and you’ve been thinking about all that extra time you can spend with your hobby. And then, suddenly, the idea […]
A recent Time Magazine article by Joel Stein, ‘Til Mold Do Us Part’, states that an American family of 4 throws out about $1,560 worth of edible food annually. Yikes…that’s about 461.5 tanks of gas (figuring at about current median of 3.25/gallon); 7.5 car payments of $200; 300 Starbucks coffees (at $5 each); a little […]
If you’re over-50, maybe closer to 60 and over, your money may be caught in the “Generation Squeeze”. This is the name given to the phenomenon of Boomers who are financially helping out both their grown kids and elderly parents. You may be working, often, to support 3 groups of people – yourself, your kids, […]
Now that you’re over 50, your kids are likely grown, or on their way, and you may be nearing retirement. As a Boomer, you’re not looking to idle your days away watching television or doing crossword puzzles. You’re thinking about which new adventure you can create for yourself. Making some incredible money would also be […]
So you’ve been kicking around ideas of what you’d like to do for your Second Act Career. You’re not ready to retire but you’re done with your old job life and want to do something you can invest yourself in and will enjoy doing. Your strong points are a friendly personality, you enjoy people, know […]
If you’re like most Boomers, you’re still leading an active life working or on the go with other interests. As such, you need your car to stay independent and car expenses (maintenance and insurance) are two necessary costs you’ll have. But, you’d also like to try and save a little money too. Specialists recommend that […]