An Overview of Filial Responsibility Laws

Taking care of aging parents is something you may need to plan for, especially if you think one or both of them might need long-term care. One thing you may not know is that some states have filial responsibility laws … Continue reading →

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Money Audit: Can I Retire Early?

Mint devotees James, 51, and wife, Carol, 43, hope to mark 2018 as the year they achieve what many only dream of accomplishing: retiring early from the daily grind. He’s a technical manager and she’s a self-employed real estate agent…

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How To Get The Most Out Of Your Auto Insurance Coverage

Recent data suggests that the average driver will spend close to $100,000 on car insurance over their lifetime. That’s a staggering sum of money, especially when you consider estimates that suggest Americans will pay over $500,000 in that time just to own, operate, and maintain a car. $100,000 is a lot of money to spend on something […]

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The Dos and Don’ts of Borrowing Money

Taking on debt is a thorny subject. Signing on an affordable mortgage is one thing. Racking up credit card debt on unnecessary purchases? Quite another. Any time you borrow money, you put your finances at risk. That’s why it’s important to … Continue reading →

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Annuity Rider #7: Impaired Risk Rider

Probably the biggest benefit that comes from having an annuity is the fact that it can pay you an income for the rest of your life. Even if you live so long that you completely exhaust the funds in the plan, the insurance company will continue paying you each year. But what happens if you […]

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