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Pete the Planner shares his advice for how to retire when starting with nothing at age 50 if you're a low-income earner.        ... [Read More]
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Paying off your mortgage should be the final piece to your plan to retire when starting from scratch at age 50, Pete the Planner says.... [Read More]
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This is the third installment of a four-part series on how to retire successfully when starting from scratch at age 50. This week: The numbers.... [Read More]
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This is the first of a four-part series on how to retire successfully when starting from scratch at age 50.        ... [Read More]
Eliminating consumer debt, Pete the Planner says, is the first step of a four-part plan for retiring successfully when starting from scratch at age 50.... [Read More]
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Troubling debt trend means students and parents should get serious about the cost of higher education and how to best deal with that cost long-term.... [Read More]
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Don't let college costs' inflation outstrip your career choice's earnings potential, Pete the Planner says.        ... [Read More]
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Most people should explore long-term care insurance, especially if they are concerned about their assets being diverted entirely to their medical care.        ... [Read More]
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Most people should explore long term care insurance, especially if they are concerned about their assets being diverted entirely to their medical care.       ... [Read More]
If transportation is a necessary evil, then managing it as inexpensively as possible would seem prudent. In a nutshell, my perspective is: Drive your car... [Read More]
You car is a major depreciating asset, so make sure you get your money's worth out of it, Pete the Planner says.        ... [Read More]
Taking on student loan debt so your 529 account can grow for a few more years and then using the larger 529 account to pay... [Read More]
Pete the Planner says it's not worth it to play investment games with your child's 529 Plan meant to pay for college.        ... [Read More]
Peer pressure has affected my relationships, my health, my faith and my finances. And to this day, peer pressure still strikes me as one of... [Read More]
Pete the Planner says family vacations can be a secret assassin of financial stability.        ... [Read More]
I read your article every week, and I get discouraged. A couple of weeks ago you wrote about a 75-year-old guy who had $2 million,... [Read More]
Pete the Planner gives a concerned reader advice on long-term financial stability.        ... [Read More]
Up until this week, I've enjoyed the peace of mind that comes with purchasing the right amount of life insurance to protect the financial interests... [Read More]
Pete the Planner re-examines life insurance and why you can't live with it — and can't live without it.        ... [Read More]
A retirement finalization plan consists of four elements: core income sources, a retirement budget, meetings with trusted advisers, and how he should structure the sale... [Read More]
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