This Week: July 31st, 2018
On the final edition of On Your Money guest co-host John Munson and I addressed issues faced by adults of a certain age (as they say). We covered getting ready to retire, figuring out how much you can spend in retirement, when to take Social Security, and whether or not you should buy long term care insurance.
Some of the websites we mentioned:
Find a financial planner here, here, and here
And our last website of the week was this one, On Your Money. Sign up for a free membership to keep up to date, read articles, etc.
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Previous Journal Entries
We continued the countdown to the final episode of On Your Money by addressing issues faced by middle-aged adults. We covered saving and paying for college, saving for retirement, and protecting yourself and your family from financial fraud.
We discussed the death of the fiduciary rule, deducting mortgage interest under the new rules, and retailers cracking down on chronic (or fraudulent) returners.
We discussed what would-be investors can learn from recent scams, paying off the mortgage or keeping savings safe, saving money on this year’s tax bill, and whether one should start, continue, or cancel an Amazon Prime membership.