Keep your retirement on track by avoiding some common pitfalls. 1. Do not overspend. You will have more time on your hands now that you are not working. You may be tempted to spend more on hobbies, travel, dining out, and other activities. That’s understandable but overspending could deplete your savings quickly. Instead, develop a … Read More
Some businesses offer a significant discount to senior citizens. Some offer discounts to those 65 years and older, but some offer discounts to customers as young as 50 or 55. Many, but not all, are available to AARP members. Some of these discounts can save you a bundle of money. An example of some businesses … Read More
State unclaimed property programs have millions of dollars waiting to be returned to consumers. These include the following: 1. https://www.missingmoney.com/ (unclaimed money from state governments) 2. SEC.gov/answers/oldcer.htm (old stocks and bonds) 3. https://closedbanks.fdic.gov/funds/ (unclaimed bank funds) 4. https://www.treasuryhunt.gov/ (savings bonds) 5. USA.gov/unclaimed-money (unclaimed tax refunds) Happy hunting!
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Reverse mortgages are loans that let borrowers who are 62 or older draw on the equity in their homes. These loans come with fees and compounding interest. Some homeowners mistakenly believe the money does not have to be paid back. Homeowners can receive funds in a lump sum, monthly payment, or as a line of … Read More