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Americans Are Ramping Up Their Retirement Savings Efforts

We hear a lot about the importance of saving for retirement, especially given the fact that Social Security can’t sustain seniors by itself. And while new data from Bankrate reveals that many Americans are doing a better job of saving this year than in years past, most workers haven’t managed to ramp up their savings rates in 2018. Americans Are […]

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3 Questions To Ask Before You Retire

Millions of people are getting ready to retire but unfortunately most people do not have enough money to retire comfortably. To help solve this problem, here are three questions people should ask before they retire:   1. How much money do I need at retirement to generate the income I need? Most people need to […]

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Retirees across America are Facing a Fiscal Crisis

Uncle Sam isn’t the rich old uncle you thought he was           Getting older can be tough, and it’s going to get even harder. Social Security, the government benefit program designed to keep elderly, the disabled and other vulnerable populations out of poverty, doesn’t even cover half of living expenses in […]

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Where is the US Housing Market Headed?

Where is the US Housing Market Headed? Four Things You Need to Know! If you’re a real estate agent, odds are you haven’t been closing as many deals lately. A slowdown in new construction and a short supply of existing homes for sale have pushed housing prices so high that would-be buyers are either finding themselves […]

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YOUR PENSION IS UNDER ATTACK AGAIN

“YOUR PENSION IS UNDER ATTACK AGAIN” Many retirees from public agencies believe their pension is completely safe and will always be the same. Your pension is “not completely sale” – your cost of living allowance (COLA) could be eliminated and other benefits could be reduced if the current California State Supreme Court upholds three anti-pension […]

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Pension Funds

In most states, public pension funds don’t have enough money to pay for benefits they’ve promised to government workers. The problem is getting worse. Overall, the shortfall across states grew by $295 billion between 2015 and 2016, according to a new report from The Pew Charitable Trusts. All together, state pension plans had just $2.6 trillion […]

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Mortgages for Seniors

Paying off the house used to be a cause for celebration, but many retirees no longer see it that way. Mortgage for Seniors are available, but exacting. An increasing number of older Americans prefer to have a mortgage. They may have the means to buy with cash but choose instead to take advantage of prevailing low […]

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Turnkey Real Estate Investing

Turnkey Real Estate Investing with Sol Mar REI, LLC.   Turkey Real Estate Investing can be a hands-off, secure way to invest with predictable returns and is SDIRA Friendly!

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Expenses for Seniors are Rising Faster

Expenses for Seniors Are Rising Faster Than Their Social Security Checks Social Security benefits haven’t kept pace with the soaring cost of prescription drugs and other expenses for seniors, leading to a 30% drop in benefits’ purchasing power since 2000, according to a study to be released next week by The Senior Citizens League, a […]

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The First (and Last) Step to Financial Satisfaction? Defining ‘Enough’

The First (and Last) Step to Financial Satisfaction? Defining ‘Enough’ By CARL RICHARDS MAY 1, 2017  I have a secret for you. This secret will allow you to double your income in 18 months for only five more hours of work per week. Do you want to know the secret? If you answered “yes,” I […]

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