Hello, my name is Rhonda. If you have financial goals, this blog can help you achieve them. A few years ago, I realized that I didn't have a good plan for my future and I wondered if my financial needs would be met after I retired from my job. I immediately started planning for my future by speaking with a financial advisor and I learned a wealth of information at our meetings. By following the recommendations of my advisor and by learning everything I could about finances and money, I now feel very secure about my future. If you need financial help for retirement planning, college savings or even for an emergency fund, you can get sound advice by reading my blog. I believe that by following a few basic strategies, everyone can meet their goals and be financially secure.
25 May 2018
What happens when you retire as a stay-at-home spouse? Too often, the stay-at-home partner is completely removed from the financial aspects of a marriage; sometimes this is by choice and other times it is by habit. Nevertheless, even if you're a stay-at-home spouse, you're still contributing equally to the marriage and should have equal input regarding retirement. Make What Contributions You Can If you're a stay-at-home spouse with a part-time job, you can still have your own retirement account.
5 March 2018
There are many people who are wondering if getting a cash out refinancing loan is a good option for them. There are some loans that you can get where you use the equity in the property or item as collateral for the loan. In some instances, this can be a good idea, but in other cases, it is not a good investment. Here are some reasons to use a cash out refinancing loan.