When people think about retirement, they often plan to shift investments, and that’s certainly important. But according to Lamont Stewart, MBA, and Financial Advisor with Cetera Advisors, people need to look at the whole picture of income and expenditures and re-examine their most cherished beliefs about retirement. Retire now? “I ask if they really want
Shaulonda Jones points to a posting on her Facebook page that promised quick credit repair. “Nobody can promise they can fix it, and not quickly. You didn’t break it in one day, and you can’t fix it in one day.” Jones should know. She was a financial coach for Toledo’s Financial Opportunity Centers for six
The coaches at Lucas County’s Financial Opportunity Centers (FOCs) are one of Northwest Ohio’s best kept secrets. Working one-on-one, the coaches help clients reach financial goals like getting out of debt, boosting savings or improving their credit scores.
Every year we hope to have more money than we did the year before. But hoping is not action. Rather than crossing your fingers, take tips from local experts on how to grow your money over the course of 2019.
Now that Medicare open enrollment season is here (from October 15 through December 7), online sources concerning various insurance supplements and drug plans are available along with access to experts trained in Medicare regulations to provide unbiased information to help you determine the best plan for you.
Many grandparents want their grandchildren to save money and get a good financial start, but are unsure of how to do it. Here are some strategies to help them out.