Some people will tell you timeshares are for those who got taken advantage of by a slick salesman. Others tell you it's the best way to enjoy their favorite location. Who's right? www.MoneyHealth.blog www.HagenFinance.com
The most common Social Security filing strategy that I've seen is for people to take benefits as early as they can. It seems people can't wait to get their hands on their money. However, this is unlikely to be the best strategy for you. Learn more: www.MoneyHealth.blog/single-post/social-security www.HagenFinance.com www.ssa.gov
Be weary when you hear others tell you about some magic financial advice. There is no advice that applies to everyone in every situation. www.MoneyHealth.blog/single-post/it-depends Learn more at www.MoneyHealth.blog or www.HagenFinance.com for personalized advice.
Should you be using a traditional retirement account or a Roth retirement account? Knowing the differences in how they work and in what situations each does better will help you decide which is right. Learn more at MoneyHealth.blog or HagenFinance.com for personalized advice.
Many of us get hung up on decisions we made in the past and allow those decisions to influence our future decisions. Learn why we need to ignore past decisions. Learn more at www.MoneyHealth.blog or www.HagenFinance.com for personalized advice. Resources: https://seths.blog/2016/07/good-decisions-and-sunk-costs/
Most personal finance advice suggests classifying all your expenses as wants and needs, and if you run out of room in your budget, you have to get rid of the wants. There is a better way. All wants have an underlying need. Learn more at www.MoneyHealth.blog Learn about personalized help at www.HagenFinance.com The idea for this video comes from Be Awesome Not Broke's video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=235&v=FO2WehoUbZk
Retirement for couples can be a scary time. You've never spent so much time together. Having a game plan for how you will both spend your time in retirement can save you loads of stress. Learn more at www.MoneyHealth.blog Learn about individual advice at www.HagenFinance.com
We can be persuaded and tricked into thinking stock market movements are scarier than they actually all; and we're tricked using math. Get your free Money Health toolkit at www.MoneyHealth.blog. Learn about tailored advice at www.HagenFinance.com
Hearing there is a penalty for having left over dollars in a 529 plan can sound scary. Learn why it shouldn't be scary. Get your free Money Health Toolkit at www.MoneyHealth.blog. Learn about tailored advice at www.HagenFinance.com Learn more about 529s at www.SavingForCollege.com.
Someone with goals might do better than someone without any focus, but try systems instead. Focus on the process and get good outcomes, no matter the result. Learn more about: Scott Adams: http://blog.dilbert.com/about/ How to Fail: https://www.amazon.com/How-Fail-Almost-Everything-Still/dp/1591846919/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1376677690&sr=1-1&keywords=how+to+fail+at+almost+everything+and+still+win+big Seth Godin: https://seths.blog/about/ Akimbo: https://www.akimbo.me/ Carl...