You may have seen the news…
Charles Schwab and TD Ameritrade are eliminating base commissions for online exchange-listed stock, ETF (domestic and Canadian), and options trades.
Thanks to Julie and the Waterchase Life magazine for the nice October write up.
If you want to maximize your Social Security benefits, you’ve got to stack every advantage in your favor.
To set yourself up for success… you’ll need to avoid some common Social Security blunders.
So today I want to help you set a goal for 2019. Here’s what I want you to do:
GOAL: Avoid these 3 social security mistakes:
When it’s time for a new vehicle, you have two choices: buy or lease.
Which one is best? To help you decide, here are three questions to ask yourself:
Own or rent?
Would you rather rent your car and upgrade every few years? Or own the car and upgrade at your leisure?
Leasing is renting a car for two to three years. If you like driving the latest model, leasing may be for you. But when it expires, the money you’ve paid is gone, too. You’ll have nothing to show for it.
Want to get a different vehicle before your lease is up? Sorry, but you’ll just have to wait … or pay a pricey early-termination fee.