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Author: Ethan Williams

#1209 Medigap Vs. Medicare Advantage: Which Is Better?

Like any massive insurance enterprise, Medicare is confusing. Medicare.gov will give you hundreds of pages of explanation, but luckily, the basics of the program aren't difficult to grasp. As the cliché goes, however, the devil is in the details.Medicare has four basic parts – A, B, C a... see more

#1163 4 Credit Card Rewards Gimmicks Revealed

By Shirley PulawskiCredit card rewards programs are everywhere, and some are more rewarding than others. It is important to read the fine print and understand how each rewards program works and how to select a card that suits your lifestyle. Credit card companies rely on consumers who... see more

#1148 Top 3 Billionaires Living In Monaco

Monaco is a tiny nation of fewer than 40,000 residents, technically making it a city-state, but its small population might be better off than any other. A 2014 study by Spear's Magazine found that nearly one in three, or 29.21% of, residents boast net assets in excess of $1 million, excluding pri... see more

#1146 How Does A Reverse Mortgage Work?

When people are younger and think of cashing in on their home equity, they imagine renting or selling their house. If you're at least 62 years old, you have a third option: a financial product called a reverse mortgage. This lets you borrow against the equity in your home and get a fixed monthly ... see more

#1123 How To Choose An Affordable Financial Planner

Choosing a financial planner is a decision that shouldn't be taken lightly. In fact, this decision is just as important as choosing a lawyer or a doctor. You are trusting this person with your financial information, and your advisor can offer guidance on how to save for retiremen... see more

#1081 The Credit Battle of the Sexes: Game On!

When it comes to credit scores, does gender matter?A recent study by Credit Sesame found that men tend to have higher credit scores than women: The average score for men was 630, while the average for women was 621. It's not a major gap, even Credit Sesame admits. Even so, what do the resu... see more

#1070 5 Mortgage Loans You Didn't Know About

Owning a home is part of the American dream. In order to purchase a home, a buyer must either use cash or take out a loan. If it's the latter, those loans come with either a fixed or adjustable rate, and they are typically for 15 or 30 years. Most potential homebuyers assume that these are the on... see more

#1062 How to Improve Your Chance of Getting a Mortgage

Buying a home is probably the largest single financial investment you'll ever make and, if you're like most people, you'll need a mortgage to make it happen. While there are no guarantees that you'll qualify for the mortgage you want, there are certain steps you can take that will make you more a... see more

#1020 Do You Have What It Takes to Sell Your Home?

One of the worst things about selling a home is handing over some of the profit to a real estate agent in the form of a commission. After all the 6% commission means $30,000 is gone right off the bat on the sale of a $500,000 home. But you don't have to see any money go to a real estate agent if ... see more

#881 401(k) Plans: Roth or Regular?

You've probably heard of a 401(k) but what about a Roth 401(k)? Not all employers offer the option but if they do should you take it? Here are the rules you need to know.What's the Difference?There's no difference in how you manage the account. The same options are ... see more

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