• investment
    These Luxury Purchases for Women Over 50 Could be Great Investment

    The appeal of purchasing luxury items is undeniable, and for many buyers, it is important to make the right decisions about what to buy. Considering that celebrities and social media stars have a significant impact on the...

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  • inflation
    5 Ways to Save on Groceries Even with Inflation

    Record levels of inflation are causing many consumers to scramble when it comes to budgeting these days. Cutting back is easier on certain items, but a little more challenging when it comes to essentials like groceries. So...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • your retirement
    How to Plan Your Retirement Before You Hit 50

    The retirement age in the United States is 66. While you haven’t reached that number yet, you must think about how you are going to spend the rest of your life as you retire. In addition to...

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  • investing
    What Are The Benefits of Investing in Silver?

    So you’ve decided to start investing in stocks, real estate, or precious metals. If so, have you considered investing in silver? While not as prominent or popular as it’s contemporary, gold, silver offers plenty of benefits to...

    • Posted 4 months ago
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  • next health plan
    3 Things to Know About Your Next Health Plan

    Shopping for ObamaCare health insurance doesn’t have to be a headache. As a matter of fact, the Affordable Care Act makes getting your next health plan easier than ever before. You’ll be able to choose from a...

    • Posted 7 months ago
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  • northstar location services
    Why Northstar Location Services is Calling You

    A New York-based collections agency, Northstar Location Services comes into your life when a creditor thinks you’re way past due on a debt.  In other words, the reason why Northstar Location Services is calling you — in...

    • Posted 7 months ago
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  • save money
    4 Ways to Save Money as a Woman Over 50

    At a certain point in life, you may find that you’re on a fixed income and needing to save money. This may be because you’re now in retirement and receiving a pension or Social Security, or perhaps...

    • Posted 10 months ago
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  • inflation
    What Are the Top Hedges Against Inflation?

    Many people are wondering about the direction the economy is going to take in the future. For example, lots of people are very concerned about inflation. Recently, reports were released showing that inflation is starting to record...

    • Posted 10 months ago
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  • CDPAP
    Is CDPAP a Savior of Consumer-Directed Caregiving? We Weigh Its Pros and Cons

    Of late, the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP) has been gaining momentum. As more and more Medicaid agencies are offering this program, more eligible citizens are looking to garner its benefits. Ever since its inception, this...

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  • Mortgage
    Sizing Up Your 50’s and Your Mortgage

    Retirement. You work up to it all your whole life putting money away from your early twenties to make sure you can relax into later life without unwanted stress. As the years roll by, your kids grow...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Retirement
    Solving Your Personal Retirement Crisis

    For many of us, the thought of spending our golden years of retirement relaxing, partaking in hobbies, and socializing with the people we care about is enough to get us through several decades of employment. However, the...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Credit Score
    What Is the Highest Credit Score That Matters?

    You hear a lot of people brag about having perfect credit, but what does that really mean? It’s not likely they all have credit scores of exactly 850, the theoretical maximum. It’s possible some do, but that...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Medicare
    5 Key Details to Know About the Cost of Medicare

    Medicare is one of the most valuable programs available to Americans over age 65. However, despite what many people think, Medicare is not free, and it does not cover 100% of medical costs. Participants are required to...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Expats
    How U.S. Expats Can Earn $103,900 Tax Free

    The tax rules for expats can allow them to earn up to $103,900 tax-free—if they’ve got their affairs set up properly. A new report from International Living details 17-Points expats need to know to make sure they’re both tax-compliant...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Retirement planning
    6 Tips for Retirement Planning After 50

    In your 50s and beyond, you’re inching closer and closer to retirement age. You can start receiving some retirement benefits once you hit 62, and many people retire then or within a few years afterward. No matter where...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Tax
    The New Tax Law [TCJA] Gives a Gift to Business Owners

    Would you prefer to legally pay taxes on 80% of your profit or 100% of your profit?  If you answered 80% then you are referring to new internal revenue code section 199A,...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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