I’ve run into a few situations recently where clients have asked if it made sense to take early withdrawals from their IRAs to pay off credit card debt. My initial reaction was always to say no, it doesn’t make sense, as I’m sure it’s the initial reaction most of you are thinking as well.
The term “smart home” sounds like something out of a movie on Syfy or a place where intelligent people go to converge. Yet, the concept isn’t new by any means. John Chambers, CEO of Cisco, referenced the concept at the Consumer Electronics Show in 1999.
Summer’s finally here. The sun is out, it’s warm, the days are longer, and your worries seem just a little bit further away. But, folks, I’m sorry to say, sometimes storms roll in on the sunniest of days.
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Remember way back to your first paycheck. The moment you open the envelope anticipating the windfall when all your hard work pays off. Then, like a swift kick to your gut, realty hits. Your takeaway earnings are almost always way lower than what you expected.
For young families, the immediate cost of raising a child can be testing financially. Just when you thought you were in the clear from student loan repayments and your never-ending car lease, a hungry mouth appears with countless sleepless nights and a hefty price tag attached. But diapers, baby formula, and stuffed toys aren’t the only financial burdens parents should worry about.
Using a Roth IRA as a College Savings Tool
A tax-advantaged option too many families overlook.
Provided by Ricardo Ferreira
At first glance, a Roth IRA might seem an unusual college savings vehicle. Upon further examination, it may look like a particularly smart choice.
For Retirement, Income Matters as Much as Savings
A recent poll of pre-retirees suggests that truth risks being ignored.
Provided by McNamara Financial Group