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#1260 How To Get A Loan On A Boat Or Yacht

The average power boat cost was just over $65,000 in 2012 – up from just below $35,000 in 2000. That's an 80% increase, meaning that each year the average cost has increased around 5%. Prices for larger boats, and those sizeable enough to be termed yachts (recreational boats th... see more

#1190 How Safe Is Traveling in Europe?

In the wake of 2015's deadly attacks in Paris, global travel concerns are as heightened as ever as governments impose increased security measures, and confront new ISIS-related terror threats on an increasing scale. The world's citizens, unfortunately, now exist in a new era of terror-driven warf... see more

#1129 How the Fed Affects Reverse Mortgages

The whole purpose of buying a house, aside from protection from the elements and keeping the meal worms out, is to build equity. Otherwise you might as well just rent until you die and let the landlord handle maintenance, right? But given that human life spans are finite, there comes a point at w... see more

#1125 Comparing Reverse Mortgages vs. Forward Mortgages

If you've never heard of a forward mortgage, there's a reason for that. The term refers to traditional mortgages and is rarely used except in comparison with its polar opposite, the reverse mortgage. So, which way do you want to go? Whether you go forward or in reverse depends upon where you are ... see more

#1116 Special Needs Children: How to Financially Plan for Them

Having a client with a special needs child creates unique issues for a financial planner or advisor. Not only are there distinct financial issues for the present, but there's also a need for a comprehensive plan to care for the child in years to come. (For more, see: Help Parents Avoid This Retir... see more

#1110 The Top 3 Financial Advisor Credentials

Have you ever wondered about the alphabet soup of letters following a financial advisor's name? There are more than 100 different financial advisor certifications and designations according to a Kiplinger.com article, 5 Key Credentials to Seek in a Financial Advisor. Here are the top three. (For ... see more

#1109 Is Your Mortgage Robbing Your Retirement?

Financial planners continue to sound the alarm. If you're like most people, you haven't saved enough for retirement. In fact, you may well be dangerously behind. One of the big reasons might be your mortgage. In other words, your home is costing you too much and it's robbing your retirement.... see more

#1016 Personal Loans: Top Alternative Lenders

If you're looking to save money by paying off high-interest credit card debt, or you need cash to fund a major purchase, then getting a personal loan may be your best option. However, if you have little or no credit history or just started working your first real job, then getting approved by a b... see more

#998 How to Rebalance 401(k) Assets

There is a good reason why the importance of rebalancing a portfolio is emphasized. Not only does rebalancing allow you to buy your stock and bond mutual fund shares at a lower price, it also forces you to sell at a higher one. Rebalancing may also boost returns by a quarter percent or so. But, h... see more

#987 Obama's Minimum Wage and EITC Proposals - What Taxpayers Should Know

In his State of the Union address, President Obama outlined two proposals - a minimum wage increase and an Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) expansion - that could boost workers' wages and stimulate the economy. At the same time, they come with potential tax implications, which vary greatly dependi... see more

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