Should I refinance my student loans? Is debt consolidation the best option? Should I be using a Roth IRA? Those are the latest questions we answered as we attempt to clear out the inbox!
Where’s the connection between Pride and Better Off, besides the lesbian host? This week I chatted with Sarah Kate Ellis, President and CEO of GLAAD, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.
Because there aren’t that many defined benefit pension programs out there anymore, we don’t get a ton of pension questions. But they do still exist, and every once in a while we’ll get a question from somebody trying to decide between a lump sum or monthly payments. That’s the case with Janet from California on the latest BONUS call.
On this quick bonus episode we’re answering some emails about retirement planning, inherited IRAs, asset allocation and car leases.
It’s pretty rare that I have a legit economist on the show. It’s even rarer when said legit economist is a woman — WOOT!
Retirement is approaching, and so far you’ve done a great job of planning for it on your own. Do you need to hire a financial planner or can you keep going solo? That’s what Michelle was wondering on the latest BONUS call.
Because our inbox is overflowing, we’re going to start mixing in some bonus episodes until we clear out the emails.
Rising home prices has helped many homeowners get richer on paper…they have also prompted a big influx of questions about private mortgage insurance (PMI) and refinancing, so we figured it was time to bring on an expert.
If it’s offered, should you be making post-tax contributions to your retirement plan? As you’ll hear on the latest BONUS call with Chelsea from North Carolina, it kinda depends on your situation.
Happy belated #529Day, a day when states try to boost interest and participation in 529 education savings programs with various incentives.
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