When it comes to building wealth, entrepreneur Ramit Sethi says it’s important to focus on the bigger picture. Getty Images No, it’s not about the latte — well, at least according to Ramit Sethi, entrepreneur and author of the New York Times Best Seller I Will Teach You To Be …Read More »
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I’m a 61-year-old flight attendant who wants to retire at 70. I’ll have a $900 per month pension and will get Social Security, but only have $150K in my 401(k). Should I get professional help?
This flight attendant is looking for financial help from an adviser, but how should she pick the right one? Getty Images Question: I think I need a financial advisor. I am 61 and plan on retiring at 70. I am a flight attendant and will receive a pension of just …Read More »
IWF Center for Economic Opportunity director Patrice Onwuka discusses the stunning drop of $13.5 trillion in household wealth this year on “Fox Business Tonight.” Consumer credit reporting agency TransUnion anticipates delinquency rates for credit cards and personal loans will jump next year to highs not seen in more than a …Read More »
I’m 56 and plan to retire at 62. I’ll have both a state retirement plan and Social Security — but I also have a child starting college, which I want to pay for. Do I need professional help?
Getty Images/iStockphoto Question: I’m 56 years old and working for a state university, so I will have a state retirement plan. I previously worked full time and contributed to Social Security for 20 years. I still work part time and contribute to Social Security. I’m planning to retire in six …Read More »