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Pay off your debt faster
Lower your interest rates regardless of credit score
Stop collection calls
Eliminate late fees and over-limit charges
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For the second time in as many weeks, educators have joked that I was scaring them about retiring.
When it comes to how much money we all need to retire comfortably, it gives us a headache.
If you have a defined benefit pension or a traditional plan provided by your employer, federal law says you have to be provided with an illustration of how much money you can expect to receive each month.
When it comes to your money, what you decide today can affect your finances for years to come. And yet many people don't decide anything.
You know the saying, "It's not rocket science." Well, today's retirement planning "is" rocket science. It's often confusing and overly complex. There's so much you need to know.
As much as we like to think our relationships can't be defined by money, it happens. Lately, I've been asking people to send me questions on how to deal with financial issues brewing in their families.
The Treasury Department is facing a March 1 deadline to get millions of people who still receive their benefit payments by mail to convert to electronic delivery.