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Early retirement has become a growing movement in the past few years, particularly with the nine-year bull market in stocks. But one critical aspect of early retirement--that’s commonly ignored--is how to pay for healthcare in early retirement.
A financial advisor might think they’re working in your best interests, but it can be difficult to even the most astute of humans to sort through their true, underlying motivations.
Everyone--including teenagers working their first job--has to make the decision between a traditional or Roth IRA. At least, they should make this decision, since everyone should invest in an IRA as early as they possibly can. So if you’re getting ready to choose, or change, your IRA, which should you go with?
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One of those financial tasks we don’t typically love to tackle is consolidating our accounts and closing old ones. But whenever you get a few minutes to look at your whole financial picture (hopefully at least once a year), you should also take the time to close unused accounts.
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A condominium (or “condo” for short) is often seen as the step between renting an apartment and owning a home. That makes this middle-of-the-road dwelling an enviable option for many. But is buying a condo really a better choice than purchasing a single-family house?
These days rebates in the form of prepaid cards are pretty common. However, there are a few gotchas that should make you think twice before making a purchase that involves a cash-back rebate, especially one that involves a rebate card.
Even in today’s mostly-recovered real estate market, a commission fee could result in an overall loss. So, are there any ways around paying that 6% fee, and why is it standard in the first place?