And by “app,” I mean a life insurance application. That’s not where you thought I was going with that, is it? So few people I talk to realize that life insurance is a great way to supplement your existing retirement income, 100% tax free.
One “App,” Amazing Benefits
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You might have heard financial talk show hosts, on radio or TV, telling you to “buy term and invest the difference.” But there are two huge problems with the way people like Suze Orman and Dave Ramsey give this advice:
1. They give the same advice to everyone, without knowing anything about their [...]
It’s that time of year again…time to find out whether you’re getting a tax refund, or whether you’ll need to pay to break even on your income tax this year. So far in 2014, the average refund is $3,034. That’s 3% more than in 2013.
If you’re one of the lucky ones to [...]
When you have kids, you expect to have years with them. You expect to have plenty of time to pass on everything you’ve learned. But what if you don’t have that kind of time? It’s happening to Garth Callaghan, a father from Glen Allen, Virginia.
Only 44 years old, Garth has an [...]
The #1 question you should be asking yourself about retirement is this: how can I make my money last as long as I do? The problem used to be saving enough money to have a comfortable retirement. But thanks to decades of investing in 401(k)s and a resurgent stock market, many Baby Boomers [...]
If you’ve been watching the Sochi Olympics this week, you might have seen some of the medal-winning performances of American figure skaters. Go Team USA! You’ve probably also heard Scott Hamilton, a gold medalist himself who is one of the NBC’s skating commentators. Scott won his gold medal in Sarajevo in 1984, so [...]
If you find yourself in a post-Valentine’s Day candy coma, take heart. There are actually good reasons to keep nibbling on chocolate all year long. The key is choosing the right kind of chocolate. Reach for dark chocolate, which is rich in flavonoids, polyphenols, and other antioxidants. Remember, while it’s [...]
Patriotic holidays are my favorite. We get the chance to celebrate America and remind each other what this country is all about. It’s not just a day off from work, which is how a lot of people see it. It’s much more than that. It’s a day to remember the presidents who [...]
Celebrate love by telling all the special people in your life how important they are to you. It doesn’t matter whether you’re married or single. The media tends to make Valentine’s Day all about romance and couplehood, but it’s not about that. We all experience love. We all have people [...]
Yesterday, I talked about split dollar life insurance, which is often used to help business owners offer coverage to executive employees. But what about shared dollar life insurance? Is that the same thing? Let’s take a look.
Shared dollar, like split dollar, allows two or more people to [...]
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