Blog Archive: November 2019

The Best Medical Alert System

The Best Medical Alert System Medical alert can empower seniors living independently by giving them piece of mind and the reassurance that they will be taken care of in a worst case scenario. However, choosing the correct medical alert system for... Read More

Pre-Retirement Age Adults And Seniors Face Growing Debt: Here's What It Looks Like

Pre-Retirement Age Adults And Seniors Face Growing Debt: Here's What It Looks Like By Benzinga When you think about retirement, you may imagine living debt-free with financial independence and security. But, in recent years, seniors face a growing... Read More

How to Save $100 a Week In Three Easy Steps?

Dear Smart Saver, Well hello folks! With the healthcare debate in full swing still and politicians fighting it out, something came to mind. It's time to start taking care of ourselves. I'm going to do my level best on providing ways to add more... Read More

What They Didn't Tell Ya About Money In High School Part 5

Dear Wise Consumer, Believe it or not high school football meetings have started and the season is just around the corner - I'm stoked! It's time for great plays, games and ESPN highlights. Have you ever watched interviews with top NFL... Read More

What They Didn't Teach Ya About Money In High School Part 4

Dear Wise Consumer, Slap on your letterman's jacket and grab a seat. Today I'd like to chat about something overlooked by most of us. It's a little thing, but it grows day by day. This thing can work for you or against you. In part 1 of this short... Read More

What They Didn't Tell Ya About Money In High School Part 3

Dear Wise Consumer, Are you a fan of UFC? I'll never forget watching Brock Lesnar win his first UFC heavy weight title. His match against Randy Cotour was one for the ages. What amazes me about the UFC is its brutal efficiency. Don't worry I'm not... Read More

What They Didn't Tell Ya About Money In High School Part 2

Dear Wise Consumer, The other day I'm in Barnes and Noble, checking out hot books on personal finance. There was one that caught my eye. It was called, "The Coming Great Depression." I read the insert and back cover. I nearly dropped my food! It... Read More

What They Didn't Tell Ya About Money In High School Part 1

Dear Wise Consumer, Okay, who reminisces about high school? I thought about some of the classes offered to help us in adulthood. There was drama, math, U.S. History and Home Skills. But one subject was never discussed. I don't remember a teacher... Read More

Looking For A Home In Retirement? Consider Accessibility

Looking For A Home In Retirement? Consider Accessibility By Benzinga When looking for a house in retirement, the first factor you’ll probably consider is affordability. After you consult with your bank, check your accounts, and get approved... Read More

Will Millennials Ever Retire? 66% Haven’t Started Yet

Will Millennials Ever Retire? 66% Haven’t Started Yet By Benzinga Retirement may feel very far off for many millennials, but experts surmise that it may be even further than expected. They seriously lag behind previous generations when it... Read More

Now That You're Retired, Can You Afford To Buy A Second House?

Now That You're Retired, Can You Afford To Buy A Second House? By Benzinga You want to retire in an area with plenty of recreational and cultural activities, great weather, and close to their family. But sometimes, this isn’t always possible... Read More

Help Your Grandchildren Save For The Future!

Help Your Grandchildren Save For The Future By Benzinga Set your grandchildren up for financial success. Teach them healthy financial habits early in life. Start Or Contribute To Their 529 Account Or Education Savings Account A 529 account... Read More

5 Great Retirement Podcasts

5 Great Retirement Podcasts By Benzinga Podcasts are  a great way to keep yourself busy, engaged, and entertained. Personal finance podcasts showcase innovative ways to enjoy your retirement and stretch your dollars. They’re usually... Read More