I have results from a Kiplinger Alliance for Lifetime Income poll: called Americans and retirement security. There’re some interesting findings you’ll want to hear.
We're less than a month away from Open enrollment for Medicare and I’ll have ways to save money with enrollment.
And I hope you never lose your wallet, but I have steps to take if you should lose your wallet, someday this will be good information to have.
Are you ready to learn how to save a million dollars? I have strategies that can help you toward that goal. I’ll also have how you as a homeowner can save in ways you might not realize. And if you’re doing any estate planning, I’ll have how The Secure Act can affect what you do going forward.
We’ve talked about scams of all kinds here on the show before, with Covid 19, scammers are playing on people’s fear and they are targeting older people more so than any other age group. So, I want to give you what to watch for with these various scams. Also, if you haven’t heard, The Fed is taking a new approach to inflation and we’ll see what that means for your savings, credit card interest and mortgage rate. And what is the FICO Resilience Index, and how will it affect your credit?
All of us have had a “hindsight is twenty- twenty” time in our life, and I'll have what some retirees have said they wish they’d done differently when it comes to their money.
I’ll also have what signs to look for, so you know “when” to retire. And misconceptions with the Social Security earnings test can lower your benefits so I’ll explain that.