Posts by casucharski

How not to blow that inheritance

How not to blow that inheritance

By on Nov 4, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Receiving an inheritance can be an unexpected windfall, and it can be tempting to burn right through money received in this manner. Before spending that money though, you should think it through and learn how to best use it to reach your financial goals. The best thing you can do is step back and wait before spending it so that you don’t spend it foolishly....

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Social Security’s…security

Social Security’s…security

By on Oct 21, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

We hear it all the time, “When I retire, Social Security won’t even be around.” Is this really true? Not likely. Although the program is facing some financial strain, it’s not in danger of disappearing completely. However, it won’t be the program it was before and people shouldn’t expect it to provide for a comfortable retirement....

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Should I wait to 70 to Retire?

Should I wait to 70 to Retire?

By on Oct 7, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Benefits can begin as early as 62, but each year you delay taking them (up to age 70), provides an increase in the benefit — and that can be significant. So that seems like a no-brainer, right?  Well, here are three reasons it might notbe beneficial to wait until 70. You may not make it to your claiming age;A higher monthly payout may not be optimal; andSignificant...

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21 Investment Lessons

21 Investment Lessons

By on Sep 23, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Here are 21 investment lessons from The Motley Fool writer, Sean Williams. Read the full article 21 Things I’ve Learned as an Investor Over 21 Yearson Fool.com to learn more about each of them. Starting somewhere is better than not starting at allIt’s OK to lose moneyTime heals most lossesDouble-digit market declines are always a buying opportunityIf it...

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