You may have heard the rule of thumb that you need to replace about 80% of your preretirement income if you want to maintain your current lifestyle when you retire. But like many rules of thumb, that advice is much too general for most people, says Herbert Poole CFP® CRC®, Retirement Development Consultant for Wells Fargo Advisors.View More HOW TO MAINTAIN YOUR LIFESTYLE IN RETIREMENT
Short sales are sales of real estate where proceeds from selling the property fall short of the balance of debts secured by a lien (hold) against the property. The property owner cannot afford to repay its full amount, so the lien holders agree to release their hold on the real estate and accept less than the amount owed on the debt.View More THE LONG & SHORT OF SHORT SALES
Why enter into what could be the biggest financial transaction of your life without the right real estate representation? An experienced, market-savvy agent can help you buy or sell a home quicker and at a preferred price.View More HOW TO HIRE A REAL ESTATE ALL-STAR
The good news is many common issues that can derail a home sale are preventable! Here are a few things you may want to consider before putting your home on the market.View More PREVENTABLE PROBLEMS THAT CAN KILL A HOME SALE
With nearly three out of four taxpayers receiving an income tax refund each year, around $2,800 on average according to the IRS, we can’t think of any reason you’d want to delay filing your taxes.
But, as awesome as it is to have more cash in your pocket, that’s not the only benefit of early filing. Here are a few more reasons to get your act together early this tax season: