Mint devotees James, 51, and wife, Carol, 43, hope to mark 2018 as the year they achieve what many only dream of accomplishing: retiring early from the daily grind. Heâs a technical manager and sheâs a self-employed real estate agent…
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Taking care of aging parents is something you may need to plan for, especially if you think one or both of them might need long-term care. One thing you may not know is that some states have filial responsibility laws … Continue reading →
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The average monthly Social Security benefit in 2021 is $1,543, so itâs not going to buy you a luxurious retirement. But those monthly checks can certainly make your golden years more comfortable. Deciding when to take Social Security is a complicated piece of retirement planning. Some people opt to start benefits sooner and take smaller [â¦]
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You might not use your Social Security card every day, but you do need to use it occasionally. If you lost your security card, youâll need to request a replacement form for a Social Security card from the Social Security Administration (SSA). You can apply online by choosing the replacement tab for your lost security card…. Read More
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Itâs getting to be that time of year againâtax time. And although itâs (probably) no oneâs favorite holiday to celebrate, Tax Day, like any other annual event, does require some preparation. But what happens if you donât have all your tax information ready to go for April? While keeping track of everything can be a […]
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Medicare is a federal health insurance program widely used by U.S. citizens and permanent residents age 65 and older. The program also applies to those younger than age 65 who have disabilities, end-stage renal disease (ESRD) or other diseases. But … Continue reading →
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