Should you pay down your mortgage or invest the money? Are annuities good or bad? Collect Social Security ASAP or wait? We debate the merits of both sides of common money conundrums. Also, we head to the mailbag for your questions on managing your 401k yourself, owning your company’s stock, […]
Tips on how to bring up this sensitive topic, a checklist of things to cover, and a rundown of red flags that may indicate your parent or elderly relative is being scammed. Also, here’s that checklist, Letter from a Dead Spouse, that we’re always talking about. It’ll help make sure your bases […]
Is the system going to run out of money? Should people apply for benefits as soon as they can? We tackle some of the biggest myths and give tips on how to get the most out of what you put into it. Do you want more Motley Fool Answers […]
We’ll help you figure out if you’re behind on retirement savings and give you six steps to get yourself back on track. Plus we get Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter Charles Duhigg to dish about will power, forming good habits, and his book, The Power of Habit: Why We […]
Sticking it out for just a few more years can pay huge financial and personal dividends. Also, we talk about the swinging lifestyle that awaits you in retirement. Do you want more Motley Fool Answers (you do?!) subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher! Transcript ALISON SOUTHWICK: This is Motley Fool Answers. I’m […]
Advice to help you rock your retirement accounts. Plus we clear up common mistakes and misconceptions so that you don’t hit any sour notes.