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You Don’t Have to Be Rich to Retire Happy (In Fact, Far From It)

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We all hope to “retire” someday. (Why did I put “retire” in quotes? Because most of us don’t want the freedom to sit around and do nothing — instead we hope to have the freedom to do more of what we want to do and less of what we have to do.) Does that sound like a happy retirement? Of ... Read More »

    5 Ways to Help Your Parents Retire

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    When we were young, most of us depended on our parents. They provided the emotional — and financial — support needed to grow. And though it seemed the day would never come, eventually it’s often time for a bit of role reversal. Just as your parents provided what they could to help you achieve the life you want, you find yourself handling some (or all) ... Read More »

      I’m Retiring with Credit Card Debt I Cannot Afford. – Terri

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      “Dear Michael, I will retiring in 2015 and I only owe American express and I can’t pay them since my only source is social security and will be moving to Mexico. I understand they can’t get my social security. Do I still need to file with the courts on this debt? Terri” Dear Terri, Whether or not you have to ... Read More »

        We Are in Financial Overload but Getting Ready to Retire. – Tomasita

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        “Dear Steve, My husband and I are having financial overload. we would like to get rid of debts as soon as possible he es the only one woks and we are close to retire. What do you recomend us to do what ever is better for us. Tomasita” Dear Tomasita, Without knowing more about your situation I’d suggest you first ... Read More »

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