Advice Chaser Blog
How Physicians Can Protect Their Financial Future
Being a doctor doesn’t mean your financial security is permanent. Let’s talk about a few ways physicians can protect their financial future.
Handling Finances in a Divorce
When a marriage ends, it’s a huge shift for both partners. Our webinar is a must-see for anyone going through a divorce and worried about finances.
What Does the Nestlé Sale Mean for Your 401(k)?
Many Nestlé employees will soon be under new management. What can you do with your 401(k) when you’re now employed by a new company?
Washington State’s New Long-Term Care Trust Act
Washington State’s Long-Term Care Trust Act will pay for long-term care, if needed, for those who have paid into the program through taxes.
Home Equity Loans and Lines of Credit
A home equity loan is a way of using the home you already own to get a loan on favorable terms.
Using a Credit Card Wisely
Many people find a credit card a useful addition to their personal finance toolkit. But it’s vital to learn the rules for wise card use.
A mortgage is a loan used to buy property, which uses the property as collateral. Mortgages are usually a safe bet and can help you build wealth.
Homeowners and Renters Insurance
A homeowners policy covers both your house itself and its contents. Renters insurance protects the contents of a rented home.
Spousal Benefits and Social Security
Spousal benefits are a confusing part of Social Security. How do you know whether to take the benefits for your own work, or your spousal benefits?
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