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Author: Andrew Harris

#1115 How Social Security Works After Retirement

Millions of Americans, specifically Baby Boomers, are anxiously counting down the days until their 66th birthday. That's because 66 is the U.S. full retirement age for Boomers born between 1946 and 1954. This is the age when U.S. workers are finally eligible to start tapping into their full Socia... see more

#1055 Accidentally Conservative: The Risk that Lies Ahead for Millennials

People think of the young as reckless, thrill-seeking, sky-diving risk takers.But my millennial peers seem anything but when it comes to their finances. They're delaying home purchases, waiting to get married, waiting to have children, and not investing aggressively.It makes sense g... see more

#989 Need To Enroll In Obamacare? File Your Taxes

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) of 2013 now requires all Americans to carry a minimum amount of health insurance, as prescribed in the new law. This means that millions of taxpayers who are currently uninsured will have to obtain coverage either through their jobs or through the purchase of standal... see more

#888 Is It Ever Wise To Make Early Withdrawals From Your 401(k)?

It is only natural to worry about the financial pressures brought on by our retirement years. So, for an employee of a company, a 401(k) plan can seem like a godsend. The 35-year-old program helps workers ease into their twilight years by giving them the right to defer a portion of their compensa... see more

#865 The Advantages of Investing in Art & Collectibles

Art and collectibles are known as alternative investments — alternatives to stocks, bonds, real estate and cash. Since art can be considered a collectible, we'll include it in the "collectible" category for the purposes of this article. (For more, see: Evaluating an Heirloom.)The biggest... see more

#853 4 Reasons Why Waiting To Buy Life Insurance Is a Bad Idea

Purchasing life insurance coverage is often low on the financial planning priority list for individuals who are young and healthy. The need to have assets set aside to cover final expenses, debts or income replacement for a spouse and dependents is hardly a pressing thought when health concerns a... see more

#799 Alternative Travel: Discount Hotels And More Online

By New York State Law, a hotel includes traditional hotels, motels, inns, B&B's and apartment hotels. The hotel industry has witnessed a 10% increase in revenues over 2012 to $163 billion in 2013. Due to an influx of technology startups and internet based travel websites, a large percentage o... see more

#762 State-By-State Comparison Of What You’ll Pay Under Obamacare

Widely known as Obamacare, the Affordable Care Act seeks to make healthcare more affordable and accessible for Americans. Through the healthcare.gov site, you can compare your options on the Health Insurance Marketplace and select the health insurance plan that will best match your needs.T... see more

#726 Popular Retirement Portfolio Stocks (ADP, PG)

Slow and steady wins the race, especially if it's a marathon. The key to investing for retirement is to invest in companies that offer dividend growth, thanks to strong cash flow generation, and methodical stock appreciation over the years. These stocks should also be resilient to broader market ... see more

#686 5 Financial Prerequisites for Buying a House

Whether you're in a buyer's market or a seller's market, once you find a house that feels like home, you'll want to buy it as soon as possible. However, it' s not quite that simple. There are many financial issues that will determine whether you'll be able to purchase the house, as well as the te... see more

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