Looking back on the past week of Dr Don, we’ve had questions and posts all over the financial map. From Roth options to your credit history and how it meshes with your mortgage, we’ve got you covered.
Use Roth IRA and Roth 401(k) at the Same Time
Try For Mortgages Despite Thin Credit History
Can You Tap 529 Plan Funds to Pay Student Loans?
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Today we take a look back at some of my favorite questions and posts of the previous week! From loans to portfolios to social security, there is always something new in the world of finance.
Home Loan Options for Paying College Costs
While everyone has different mortgages and savings plans, looking at options of a loan to send your child to college is not beyond your means.
When to Rebalance Your Portfolio
The market is ever changing, meaning your portfolio should never be left in the stone age. So when is the right time to rebalance and how should you go about it?
Waiting on Social Security
With age expectancy growing higher, will you regret filing for Social Security earlier on? We take a look at whether or not it benefits you to file or wait.
College Savings Should Begin with a 529 Plan
It’s hard to generalize what the “best” savings plan is, but extensive research leads us to believe that a 529 plan is where it should start.
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