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Q: My husband and I divorced several years ago, and I am about to turn 62 in December. Since my ex-husband (he’s a year older) and I parted ways, we don’t talk. Can you please explain the Social Security benefits due to a divorced spouse?
Q: I am 53 years old and have never invested in the stock market. I have inherited $150,000 from a family member, and my son is recommending that I invest this money in the market. Do you agree?
Won’t this hedge the markets and protect me in case the markets go down?
Is it worth it to file all the paperwork just to collect a few buck?
Q: Our son is headed to Virginia Tech as a college freshman. When it comes to finances, he’s clueless. What financial advice should we offer before we drop him off?
How can there be more sellers than buyers? Who are those “extra” sellers selling to?
Capitalizing on tax savings can allow you to be even more generous in years to come.
An individual 401(k) (also known as a “solo 401(k)”) offers you the option to defer the first $16,500 of income.
With the income tax debate currently controlled by legislators advocating even higher rates, I don’t think you will regret having some tax free money.
Sand can be used to further diversify your portfolio.
Many people in this situation would choose the quick cash.