There’s a new law providing for free credit freezes. The three big credit bureaus, Equifax, Experian and TransUnion, can no longer charge a fee to place or lift a credit freeze.
No one wants to buy when the market is high, right? But how long do you wait for the “low” to land?
Are you considering taking out some of the gains in your stock portfolio that you may have accumulated over this bull market? What might that mean to your tax bill?
How often do you dream visualize and plan for retirement? A lot?
According to Reuters, Social Security is underpaying widows and widowers, sometimes by large amounts.
Ever wonder how some average people become millionaires? What do they do that others don’t?
We all make a lot of money decisions that we think are good choices, at least they were at the time. Then, later when we have more information, it often turns out we could have made better choices.
Whether it’s your broken water heater, an unexpected medical bill or a car wreck, emergencies happen to us all, but too many Americans are unprepared to cope with them, money-wise. Are you one of them? Weekly guest, Glen Wood of The Glen Wood Financial Group gives us some advice.