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Tag : retirement

08 Nov

Despite Lofty Dreams, 46% of Americans Expect to Retire in Debt

Updated on Monday, November 8, 2021 They don’t call them the golden years for anything — American consumers spend much of their lives working toward retirement, so many have probably thought about their ideal retirement and how to make it happen. MagnifyMoney researchers set out to identify what a dream […]

01 Nov

The Best IRA CD Rates – November 2021

Perhaps you’ve decided to build a CD ladder within your IRA, or maybe you’re looking for a safe way to store your retirement cash for a specific period of time. Whatever the reason, you’re interested in getting an IRA CD and, understandably, want to know what products will give you […]

01 Nov

How to File Missed Tax Returns and Avoid Higher Penalties

News flash: The deadline for filing income tax returns (ITR) has come and gone. It was 15th April 2019, by the way, and April 17 for residents of Massachusetts and Maine. If, however, by any lucky chance, you filed for a tax extension, then you have until the 15th of […]

26 Oct

Nearly 30% of Millennials Still Receive Financial Support From Their Parents

Updated on Tuesday, October 26, 2021 Adults living with their parents were becoming more common in the U.S. even before the coronavirus pandemic upended jobs and finances, sending an influx of adults back to their parents’ homes. But hosting adult children at home is just one way parents may financially […]

14 Oct

How to Retire Early: 6 Steps to Take

Updated on Wednesday, October 13, 2021 Many people dream of the day when they can finally sit back and relax in retirement — and a lot of people want that day to come as soon as possible. If you’d like to plan for early retirement, there are several strategies to […]

05 Oct

September Savings Index: 42% of Americans Increased Savings After Summer Lull

Updated on Tuesday, October 5, 2021 Summer is over and kids are going back to school, which for many consumers apparently means it’s time to go back to saving. After a dip in savings contributions through the summer months, 42% of consumers added money to their savings in September. “It […]

02 Oct

The Best Debt Payoff Apps for 2019

Overspending and my pocketbook go hand-in-hand. Unfortunately, my pocketbook hasn’t really been able to keep up with my expenditures, even though I often act as it does. It’s easy to neglectfully whip out the plastic to cover frequent trips to the mall. It’s also easy to turn a blind eye […]

24 Sep

Soak Up the Sun in the Golden State: 10 Cheapest Cities to Live in California

California’s charm is indescribable. California is not a place, it’s a feeling. It is almost as if God has conspired California to be a window to the heavens. It is bestowed with the best of nature’s allure; redwood jungles in the north to the sun-kissed beaches in the south, California […]

23 Sep

Here’s your 10 minute Guide to a Worry-Free Retirement

Would you believe that 85 percent of American pre-retirees dread retirement? That’s according to a poll done by Greenwald & Associates for the National Institute on Retirement Security (NIRS). The report paints a grim picture of the financial state of senior citizens in America. It states that nearly 25 percent […]

20 Sep

72% of Americans Support Some Form of Universal Basic Income (UBI)

Updated on Monday, September 20, 2021 Talk of universal basic income (UBI) in the U.S. remains in the news nearly a year after a presidential election and amid a global pandemic. Though measures like economic impact payments (stimulus checks) and advance child tax credits have been compared to UBI, a […]