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‘Too Little Too Late’: Bankruptcy Booms Among Older Americans

For a rapidly growing share of older Americans, traditional ideas about life in retirement are being upended by a dismal reality: bankruptcy.

July 2018 Treasury Budget

 

Your federal government went deeper into the hole in July 2018 according to the Treasury Department’s budget release.  Spending outpaced revenues by $76.9 billion, increasing the monthly shortfall by $2.0 billion compared to June.  Year-to-date, the fiscal deficit is $684.0 billion, 20.8 percent deeper than a year ago.

 

Starting a Roth IRA for a Child or Grandchild

Starting a Roth IRA for a Child or Grandchild

 

This early financial decision could prove profoundly positive over time.

 

 

Should You Leave Your IRA to a Child?

Should I Pay Off My Debt or Save for Emergencies First

Whether a formal budget is put together or not, everyone has a budget they live by in life. You can only spend as much money as you can access on an annual basis, whether that is directly through your paycheck or through loans and credit cards. Ideally, you are spending less than you make each year and not taking on too much debt.

Top 10 Financial Terms Everybody Should Know

If you don’t know the difference between asset-backed securities and securities, you may want to take a look at these common financial terms and their definitions.

1.- Asset Backed Securities

Asset-backed securities are bonds or notes that are backed by assets such as credit card accounts receivable, auto loans, and home equity loans.

Yes, You Can Still Buy Savings Bonds

We all remember savings bonds. Once a popular gift for young children, parents could secure the bonds knowing that they could cash them out in the future.

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