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#241 How to Shop for Health insurance

If you've never shopped for health insurance on your own – or not since before the Affordable Care Act (ACA) went into effect – because you've always been covered under your parents' plan, a spouse's plan or through your employer, it's hard to know where to start. How do you get good coverage... see more

#215 Find The Top Retirement Cities In Arizona

Arizona has long been a winter mecca for older Americans fleeing cold-weather states – and no wonder. The Grand Canyon state offers warm weather, sunny skies, spectacular scenery and that laid-back desert lifestyle. It also has low personal income tax rates that top out at 4.54% and no state pr... see more

#195 Tax Breaks For Second-Home Owners

Many homeowners look forward to purchasing a second home that can be used for vacations, rental income, investment purposes or as a primary residence during retirement. Current tax laws offer several tax breaks that can help make second-home ownership more affordable. If you already own, or are t... see more

#194 What You Need To Know About EMV Credit Cards

Ever since the massive credit-card breach at Target and other major retailers, there's been an outcry for more secure credit cards. Both credit-card issuers and retailers now seem ready to take that step and transition from magnetic-stripe credit cards to EMV-enabled credit cards, also known as s... see more

#189 This Is How You Could Live in the Philippines on $1,000 a Month

The Philippines is an English-speaking archipelago nation with much to offer retirees and others seeking a low-cost yet comfortable life in an exotic locale. With just a little care, a $1,000 monthly budget will go far in this country, providing everything you need to make a new home and enjoy yo... see more

#147 Retirement Plans: Pensions vs. Social Security

There are many different types of income that retired folks draw on depending on what life during their working lives was like. Two of the most widely-known streams today include pensions and Social Security, two programs funded and structured in totally different ways. While pensions are typical... see more

#96 6 Signs You're Ready to Retire Early

They're questions nearly every young and middle-aged worker has asked themselves: Should I leave my job and retire early? What would I need? How do I know I'm ready?If you're considering retiring early, you'll forego not only the headaches of working, but also the additional money earned t... see more

#85 Do You Get U.S. Tax Deductions On Real Estate Abroad?

More and more people are looking overseas for vacation homes, rental income properties and places to settle down during retirement – whether that's five or 30 years away. The tax benefits of owning property abroad are similar to those of owning at home, with a few exceptions.The benefits... see more

#59 How Are Social Security Benefits Estimated & Taxed?

Social Security is a federal program providing monthly benefits to retirees, disabled workers and their survivors. The amount of your benefits depends on a number of factors.Retiree BenefitsGenerally, to be eligible for any Social Security benefit you must work at least 10 years. This will... see more

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