5 THINGS THAT SEASONED TRAVELERS ARE DOING (THAT YOU'RE NOT) Traveling. Some of us travel a lot, and some of us travel a little. For some of us, traveling is a job. Nearly 63 million people are employed, worldwide, in air travel and...Read More
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Social Security’s annual cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) is an increase in the benefit amount people receive each month. By law, the monthly Social Security and SSI federal benefit rate increases when there is a rise in the cost...Read More
The U.S. economy, as measured by Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was about $18 Trillion in 20151. We exported about $120 Billion of goods and services to China in 20152. This was less than 1% of our GDP. So it is very unlikely that we...Read More
Let’s look at a sister and brother, Samantha and Sam. Suppose Samantha opened a Roth IRA at age 25 and for ten years she contributed $500 per month, or $6,000 per year. She earned seven percent annually. After ten years, she...Read More
As your parents age and become “elderly adults” you may find that your advice is unwelcome. Even the most reasonable and sensible advice is met with resistance. As their children we are encountering stubborn and...Read More