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4 Tips to Guarantee Better Sleep

  September 17, 2014  |    #Eliminate Debt

Over 45 to 50 percent of first marriages in America end in divorce. The primary reason is money. 60 percent of Americans have taken anti-depressants for two years or longer, 14 for ten years or longer. Eight out of ten Americans report being stressed. The top ten reasons Americans report for being stress are job related, starting with low pay and ending with the fear of job loss.

The common thread among these issues is money.

The Retirement Conundrum

  September 15, 2014  |    #Make Money

A recent Bankrate.com study widely reported on Monday, August 18, 2014 said 36 percent of Americans have $0 saved for retirement and 36 percent of working Americans have $1,000 or less saved for retirement. Amazingly, 14 percent of people age 65 and older have less than $1,000 set aside for retirement, and a “well duh” moment occurs when we learn that percentage increases with the decrease in age.

2 Steps to Avoid a Marriage Money Meltdown

  August 20, 2014  |    #Eliminate Debt

Someone we know is going through an ugly divorce. The final straw was infidelity. What has come to light through the divorce proceedings is another kind of infidelity; a financial one. One spouse spent much of the couple’s savings and racked up a mountain of credit card debt, as well a spent the children’s college funds, while the other was saving and cutting back, and though they were in good financial shape. Not surprising, the spouse who cheated was also the spouse who was financially dishonest.

3 Things You’re Forgetting to Plan for in Retirement

  July 14, 2014  |    #Make Money

Among many financial problems, America is in the midst of a retirement crisis not seen since the fall of modern day Greece, which we suppose wasn’t all that long ago. Studies show that half of all Americans today retire with $25,000 or less in their retirement accounts. While that’s scary enough, it’s not as scary as the retirement of generations to follow Baby Boomers whom many financial advisors advise to not plan on Social Security for supplemental income in their on golden pond years.

You’re Debt Free. Now What?

  June 25, 2014  |    #Eliminate Debt

A reader of our blog emailed us for advice. Here’s the situation:

“My spouse and I sold our house. Once we close, we’ll use the profit to pay off all our debt. That will leave us with leftover money and extra money each month. My question is how do we proceed from here to prepare for retirement?”

PAY OFF THE CARDS ONCE AND FOR ALL!

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