Home Safety Tips and Modifications for Seniors

Home Safety Tips and Modifications for Seniors

With more senior citizens living long and healthy lives, many prefer to stay in their own homes versus joining a retirement community. However, close to 1 million folks over age 65 are treated for injuries related to their home every year. Here are some home safety tips and modifications for seniors that can help keep them safe inside and outside their home.

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Are Student Loans Worth It? How Colleges are Hiding the Cost

Are Student Loans Worth It? How Colleges are Hiding the Cost

I get super bummed when I hear news about student loan debt. I’m in college, and no matter how hard I try, college loans are unavoidable. Should you put your retirement at risk, or let your kids graduate tens of thousands of dollars in debt? Are student loans worth it? The price of college isn’t as straightforward as one might think.

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Bankruptcy Options and How They Affect Your Mortgage

Bankruptcy Options and How They Affect Your Mortgage

Bankruptcy is a bummer. No one has ever said “OH MAN! I’m so excited to file bankruptcy! It’s going to make everything so awesome!” That being said, sometimes it needs to be done. If you have explored all of the alternatives and have decided to file bankruptcy, it’s important that you know what your options are and how they will impact your existing mortgage, or your future ability to obtain home loan financing.

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Balancing Your Future With Your Child’s Education

Balancing Your Future With Your Child’s Education

Great article yesterday in the Detroit News about some things to do (and not do) regarding your finances and your child's education. This is exactly what I need to read, as I just had a little baby girl seven weeks ago. I must remember that I'm not getting any younger and need to put cash away for my retirement, while making sure that my little baby girl will have some duckets to attend college.

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