Probate Nightmares Simplified

Probate Nightmares Simplified
(FinancialHealth.net) - Nobody wants to think about what’ll happen to their family after they die. It’s vital that they plan for it, though, and spare their loved ones the headaches that result from a messy probate. Here are some steps you can take now to make it easier for your family later: Write a current will. Roughly 60% of American...

Is RV Flipping America’s Next Big Moneymaker?

Moneymaker: Flip This!
(FinancialHealth.net) - If you want to get into flipping but aren’t ready to invest $100,000 or more into a house, RV flipping might be for you. Recently, a stay-at-home mother of five made news for doing just that. Michigan resident Sarah Lemp says she’s made $22,000 by flipping 10 RVs. Sarah’s not the only one getting into the flipping business....

Ways to Make Cash Tutoring People Online

How to Make Quick Cash Tutoring People Online
(FinancialHealth.net) - Tutoring people online is a great way to earn cash. Good news is, you don’t need a teaching degree in order to be an online tutor. However, some online tutoring companies do require you to have a bachelor’s degree in the field you wish to work in. Learn more about the different ways you can make cash...

FBI Warns Online Shoppers About This New Threat

FBI Warns Online Shoppers About This New Threat
(FinancialHealth.net) - The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is warning consumers of a new threat that’s impacting millions: e-skimming. This latest scheme to steal people’s financial and personal information happens during online shopping. Cybercriminals are obtaining the information by breaking into website servers. They either infect a server that services many companies with a virus to steal information, or they...

American Hearts Abused by Scam PACs

Scam PACs Abuse American Hearts for Cold, Hard Cash
(FinancialHealth.net) - Every day across the country, companies are taking advantage of people by tricking them into donating money. These scam PACs are pseudo-political action committees that trick donors into thinking their money is going to charitable causes. But these companies donate very little, if any, of the money to where they promise it. For example, telemarketers will call people...

2020’s Most Affordable Cities for Retirees

Relocating in 2020? These 5 Cities Will Save You Money
(FinancialHealth.net) - The cost of living is on the rise this year in many places across the country. For instance, it’s 8% more expensive to live in Sarasota, FL, than the rest of the state, and housing is 2% higher than the US average. Statistics like these make it much more difficult for people on fixed incomes -- such as...

Why Downsize for Retirement?

Why Downsize for Retirement?
Enjoy the Retirement of Your Dreams by Thinking Small (FinancialHealth.net) - Attitudes about home size evolve with age according to a 2017 Trulia survey on house size. While many millennials are wishing for more square footage, 36% of Baby Boomers are thinking about downsizing. The idea of a smaller home isn’t just about feeling cozier. When retirement rolls around, downsizing can...

This Common Digital Scam Targets Seniors

The Most Common Digital Scam Affecting Seniors Today
Malware Trickery Aims to Take Advantage (FinancialHealth.net) - Scamming seniors into downloading malware is much easier than scamming other age groups. According to researchers, individuals over 65 are 34 percent more likely to be scammed and lose money than people in their 40s. Seniors are often targeted because they are more financially stable, but also lack digital literacy compared to...

More Frustrating News About Social Security

More Frustrating News About Social Security...
(FinancialHealth.net) - The 2019 Social Security Trustees Report warns that the program’s trust funds will be depleted in 2035 if we stay on the current path. This could leave many people wondering if the program is going to go broke. Well, there’s good news and bad news. The trusts are becoming insolvent. That’s worrisome because the trusts pay from the...

How Often Should You Update End-of-Life Documents?

When Should End of Life Documents Be Updated?
Keep on Top of Changes With Once Yearly Document Reviews (FinancialHealth.net) - Someone wise once said the only thing constant in life is change. This is especially true when it comes to end-of-life documents. Having a living will, durable power of attorney and healthcare proxy in place can feel like a huge relief, but that doesn’t mean the work stops...

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Tips on Staying Safe Using an Online Pharmacy

Don’t Put Your Health at Risk for Cheap Medicine What’s more convenient than having the medications prescribed by a doctor delivered right to your front...