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?
Not seeing what you’re looking for? Want an answer tailored to your own personal question? Ask Dr Don at bankrate.com or here at askdrdon.com. Want to keep up with more posts? Subscribe to google alerts with “Dr Don Taylor CFA” to get Dr Don’s latest advise right to your email inbox.
While I have been lax on blog writing for my own business, I have been busy writing blogs and answering questions on sites which I am affiliated with. Here are some of my favorite posts of the week:
401k Funds to Pay a Mortgage
Does Grandma Need a Roommate?
Avoiding Grandparent Scams
Manage Your Lawsuit Settlement
You can ask me questions here through askdrdon.com or at bankrate.com
You graduated last spring. Spent your summer finding that first job. Planning for retirement doesn’t seem like a very high priority, not compared with getting a handle on your student loan payments, furnishing that new apartment, or making your car payment. Still, a little time spent sifting through your retirement account options will pay real dividends towards your future financial security.