Retirement


    What Happens to Credit Card Debt When You Die?

    Most people have an idea of the events that will happen when someone passes away. An autopsy may be performed, the body is cremated or prepared for burial, and memorial services occur. Then, the reading of the will happens and the person’s ...

    How Retirement Can Increase Your Credit Score

    By Meghan C - Tips for Credit Score
    As Americans get closer to retirement, many assume that their credit score no longer makes a difference. Their house is paid off and their children have all graduated from college, so they assume they will never need to rely on credit again.
    Happy Retired Couple

    6 Secrets to Building and Preserving Wealth for Retirement

    By Abigail H - Tips
    Building wealth for retirement is tough, and keeping it up once you’ve retired is even tougher. Don’t let this put you off from planning for your financial future, though. There are plenty of small and large ways that you can build and preserve ...
    Squirrel with Nuts in Action

    A Long-Term View of Financial Planning Basics

    By Abigail H - Tips
    Financial planning isn’t the best way to spend a Saturday afternoon, but spending some time planning your financial future can mean many things for you. For one, it can help you worry less about your finances, and it can help you use the money ...

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