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2014 Social Security Benefit of $2642 max per month

Save 10% of your money towards your retirement savings plan since Social Security can only give you a max of $2642 per month.

Full deduction of $5.5k yearly contribution to your Roth IRA from your gross yearly income of $60k for single and yearly income of $95k for married.  117 more words

Finance

August Monthly Budget

Back to school, back on blogging and back on my budget! (Right?? Right.)

Here is my goal budget for August. Full time school and studying so hopefully less boredom shopping. 33 more words

July Money; Yup Summer

Oh July. So fun. So full. So expensive. Summer is totally here.

Here’s my breakdown:

Fixed Expenses 11%
My “fixed expenses” (rent, insurance, utilities, etc) that were extra high in June (I paid rent twice) were extra low in July (I didn’t pay rent at all). 238 more words

Lifestyle

July Spending

July!

I know I missed a whole month for the sake of progress I’m going to just pick up where I left off and give you my hilariously terrible monthly budget for July. 396 more words

Wealth gap lasting into retirement by Michael Hill

William Kistler views retirement like someone tied to the tracks and watching a train coming. It’s looming and threatening, but there’s little he can do. 999 more words

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Pay yourself first, car and housing are major expenses

monthly budget

Contact Connie Dello Buono 408-854-1883 motherhealth@gmail.com for finance coaching and motivating you to save for your future and be ready for financial and health threats.

Retirement

Life settlement , what you need to know

Investor Bulletin on Life Settlements

The Office of Investor Education and Advocacy is issuing this Investor Bulletin to highlight information about life settlements and some of the risks these types of transactions may pose for investors. 992 more words

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