Health and Finances: How to Save Money as You Get Older

Posted on December 4, 2020, Updated December 25, 2020Categories Home   Leave a comment on Health and Finances: How to Save Money as You Get Older

Unfortunately, as we age, our health and finances become inextricably intertwined. Surveys show that nearly one-quarter of all health expenses are incurred during the last three years of life. Since these health expenses are spread out over multiple years, economists believe these expenses are driven primarily by senior care and management of chronic conditions rather than last-ditch efforts to save dying patients. People can take steps during their working life and during retirement to improve both their health and finances. … Continue reading “Health and Finances: How to Save Money as You Get Older”

To Build or Buy a Home Evaluating the Options for Home Ownership

Posted on October 2, 2020, Updated December 25, 2020Categories Home   Leave a comment on To Build or Buy a Home Evaluating the Options for Home Ownership

When it comes to homeownership, one of the biggest hurdles is deciding whether to build or buy a home. Buying is often convenient and more affordable, but there are fewer options. On the other hand, building is more expensive and time-consuming, but it is more flexible for prospective homeowners. This article will look at the pitfalls and the available options for both builders and house buyers. Which is more affordable, to Build or Buy a Home? Cost is usually one … Continue reading “To Build or Buy a Home Evaluating the Options for Home Ownership”

7 Tips for Digging Your Way Out of Debt

Posted on July 10, 2020, Updated December 25, 2020Categories Home   Leave a comment on 7 Tips for Digging Your Way Out of Debt

It is a sad reality that many of us are in need of debt relief solutions. There are many ways that we might end up with debt, from trying to pay for school to a medical emergency to simple bad luck. Whatever the cause, debt can be a steep and daunting hill to climb. It is also a remarkably common one. Almost 70% of us here in the U.S. Have less than $1,000 set aside for a rainy day. That … Continue reading “7 Tips for Digging Your Way Out of Debt”