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When Should I Collect Social Security?

My husband and I turned 65 in 2012. We are both still working, but finding it difficult to make ends meet. At age 66, my husband would get about $800 per month in Social Security and I would get about $2,000 per month. Can we both keep working...

How to Recover Financially From a Divorce

  I am 56 and recently divorced. I got limited income and assets after a long marriage, and now I’m wondering how to prepare for retirement. I’m looking for a job after being out of the workforce for a long time, and have to rent a house after...

How to Find the Right Financial Planner

You’ve decided you want to work with a financial professional, but how do you find one who understands you as well as your finances? Someone you can trust with your money, but also feel comfortable with on a personal level? Finding the right...

How Much Life Insurance Do I Need?

My husband and I each got $500,000 life insurance term policies after our second child was born. We both work, though I am an entrepreneur so my income fluctuates. His friends have told him their wives have no life insurance or only a small...

My First Step Out of Debt

It’s ironic -- and hard to admit -- that, while I advise clients on money management, my husband and I have racked up $40,000 of credit card debt. That's why a few weeks ago, in order to save money, I moved to my dad’s house with my husband and...

3 Reasons to Fire Your Planner

It has been a terrible year. Your investments got clobbered, and you have no idea where you stand in terms of your overall financial plan.Is it time to fire your financial adviser?Maybe. The following reality checks will help you decide: Focus....

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