Facebook’s Finest Feature Yet

Facebook's Finest Feature Yet

(FinancialHealth.net) – COVID-19 is forcing millions of Americans to shelter in their homes. People over age 65 and those with underlying health problems are particularly vulnerable to the virus’ effects. That leaves groups who are high-risk without a way to get groceries, walk their pets and do other necessary activities. Facebook is stepping in to […]

Lower Car Insurance With These 4 Tips

(FinancialHealth.net) – Automobile insurance is a must-have when it comes to responsible car ownership. In most cases, it covers you in the event of an accident, whether you’re to blame or not. However, there’s a good chance that you’re not paying the lowest premium that you could be. Many people don’t take advantage of discounts […]

Americans Show True Colors

Americans Show True Colors

(FinancialHealth.net) – The CDC has warned Americans aged 65 and over are especially vulnerable to the coronavirus. The agency’s guidelines recommend they stay home as much as possible, and many are listening. Helpful Americans are now stepping up to help them get the food they need. Volunteers across the country are mobilizing to deliver food […]

Retirement: How Many Years of Annual Income Should Be Saved?

You Should Save at Least ___ Times Your Highest Annual Income for Retirement

Smart Quiz: Retirement: How Many Years of Annual Income Should Be Saved? 20 5 15 10 Answer: 10 (FinancialHealth.net) – Are you on track to live a comfortable life after you retire? Financial experts recommend having at least 10 years of income, based on your annual earnings, saved for retirement. What would you need to […]

Alert! Stimulus NOT at Risk for SSI and SSDI

Alert! Stimulus NOT at Risk for SSI and SSDI

(FinancialHealth.net) – When Congress wrote the CARES Act, they made sure Social Security recipients who don’t file taxes would also get COVID-19 stimulus payments. Earlier this week, the IRS decided to make it harder on those Americans and force them to file tax returns. President Donald Trump’s administration set the agency straight on Wednesday. On […]

3 DIY Tips to a More Valuable Home

(FinancialHealth.net) – Making changes to the look or functionality of a home is a popular way to increase the value for resale, but it doesn’t always pay off. In fact, there are many costly improvements that don’t increase value enough to make it worth the expense. These home improvement projects are worth your time. While […]

Stimulus Coming Soon

Stimulus Coming Soon

(FinancialHealth.net) – Are you looking forward to getting your COVID-19 stimulus check in the mail? It will come in handy to pay past due bills and replenish your bank account, although you may have some lingering concerns regarding how and who will get it. Chief Economic Advisor, Larry Kudlow says the money should arrive in […]

Why Set Up a Trust Before Retirement

Why Set Up a Trust Before Retirement

(FinancialHealth.net) – When is a good time to set up a trust? After retirement might seem like the obvious answer, but there are plenty of reasons to set one up earlier than that. Trusts aren’t just about the distribution of assets at the time of the grantor’s, or owner’s, death. The truth is, a trust […]

DOD Announces 1st Coronavirus Death

DOD Announces 1st COVID-19 Death

(FinancialHealth.net) – COVID-19 is spreading through the United States at a rapid pace. The deadly illness is infecting people from all socioeconomic and age groups; the US military isn’t immune, but until this week it hadn’t reported any deaths. That’s no longer the case. On March 28, America lost its first soldier to the coronavirus. […]

When Does Refinancing Your Home Make Sense?

When Does Refinancing Your Home Make Sense

(FinancialHealth.net) – When a mortgage is refinanced, the lender issues a new loan with different terms to pay off the existing loan. There are a variety of reasons borrowers refinance, from lowering their interest rate to freeing up extra cash for a home renovation. Refinancing isn’t a choice to be made lightly, since doing so […]

Shopping Online? Get Ready for This

Shopping Online? Get Ready for This

(FinancialHealth.net) – With half the planet under quarantine from the COVID-19 pandemic, being home is a given for many of us. Stores and restaurants are closed, and there’s not much to do to pass the time. Why not do a little online shopping? You won’t have a problem everywhere, but this bout of social distancing […]

Caution! Debt Collector Scam Revealed

The Best Way to Check Whether a Debt Collector is a Scam Artist is By…?

(FinancialHealth.net) – When debt collectors call, it’s important to be sure that they really are who they say they are before handing over money. Legitimate collection companies do contact people by telephone, but scammers posing as debt collectors also use the same strategy to collect on accounts that are closed, paid off, or don’t even […]

The Gambler

The Gambler

(FinancialHealth.net) – Kenny Rogers was a legend. His beautiful, soulful voice made people swoon for more than six decades. Sadly, on March 20, 2020, the singer passed away surrounded by his family. Fans all over the world are mourning the loss of a man who was known for so much more than his music. Rogers’ […]

Medicaid Can Go Back _ Years to Seize Assets to Pay for Long Term Care

How Far Back Can Medicaid Go to Seize Assets to Pay for Long Term Care?

Smart Quiz: Medicaid Can Go Back _ Years to Seize Assets to Pay for Long Term Care a. 7 years b. 2 years c. 5 years d. 1 year Answer: 5 years (FinancialHealth.net) – Advances in medicine means people are living longer, but it’s also leading to the need for long term care. Even the […]

Amazon Gouges the Gougers

Amazon Gouges the Gougers

(FinancialHealth.net) – Price gouging during emergencies is often an issue. Money reports that it’s common for unscrupulous sellers to take advantage of limited supplies and public panic during hurricanes and other natural disasters. It’s also becoming an issue during the COVID-19 outbreak. Amazon is now taking steps to stop it. The retail giant has a […]

4 Changes That Can Save Money

Think Outside the Box to Spend Less (FinancialHealth.net) – Sometimes what everyone else is doing simply isn’t good enough. For those with serious financial goals to accomplish, saving more money might require thinking outside the box. These are financial tips for those who are already switching to LED, clipping coupons, carpooling to work and making […]

CAUTION: Scammers Prey on Virus Fears

ALERT: Scammers Prey on Virus Fears

(FinancialHealth.net) – COVID-19 panic is sweeping across the country, and with good reason. As of March 28, there are more than 104,000 confirmed cases in the United States, including over 1,700 deaths. Many Americans are closely adhering to the CDC guidelines to stay safe. Others, according to ABC News, are volunteering to make masks for […]

What You Can Give Away Without Triggering the Gift Tax

Up to $15,000 Per Person Per Calendar Year (2019-2020) Is Safe From the Gift Tax Many people choose to gift assets to members of their family (or even friends and partners) over the course of their lifetime. Usually, this is part of their financial planning efforts. While it can be a great way to distribute […]

Ford and GE Rescue Medical Industry

Ford and GE Rescue Medical Industry

(FinancialHealth.net) – Medical professionals across the country are sounding the alarm about dwindling supplies amid the COVID-19 outbreak. It’s so bad, according to Fox Atlanta, volunteers are making masks for hospitals. CNN reports that some of America’s biggest corporations are also stepping in to help. On March 24, Ford announced it was partnering with GE […]

5 Often Overlooked Tax Exemptions

Which Type of Account Saves Pre-Tax Dollars?

When It Comes to Tax Time, Every Little Bit Helps! When it comes to tax time, everyone wants to get the most out of their return by minimizing what they owe. Most people get some type of refund, depending on their financial circumstances. Claiming all possible deductions ensures the taxpayer’s money is actually working for […]

COVID-19 Stimulus Plan Shocks Experts

COVID-19 Stimulus Plan Shocks Experts

(FinancialHealth.net) – COVID-19 is hurting US workers as businesses are shutting down and closing early. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are proposing bills to help deliver emergency aid to the American people, but the clock is ticking. Financial Services Committee Chairwoman, Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA), has introduced radical new legislation that has some […]

Slow Down Aging With This Exercise

Slow Down Aging With This Exercise

(FinancialHealth.net) – Growing older is a natural process and all our bodies will change over time. That being said, the lifestyle choices that are made can speed up or slow down this process. With endless products making claims to their anti-aging powers, it’s hard to know what does and doesn’t work. Before turning to expensive […]

COVID-19 at the Pump: Avoid Contamination

COVID-19 at the Pump: Avoid Contamination

(FinancialHealth.net) – Americans are trying really hard to protect themselves from COVID-19. Most of us are staying home more and following CDC guidelines. However, we can’t avoid activities like going to the bank and filling our gas tanks. How do we stay safe at the pump and ATM? We recently told you about a National […]

Is My Backyard Safe?

Is My Backyard Safe?

(FinancialHealth.net) – COVID-19 has many Americans wondering what they can do to keep themselves healthy. We’ve been advised to avoid leaving our homes, but does that mean we have to completely isolate ourselves? Can we sit outside on our patios and enjoy the sunshine? Are walks still safe? Social distancing is necessary to keep the […]

Beware This Major Telephone Scam

The Only Time It’s OK To Give Out Personal Financial Information Over The Phone Is When…

(FinancialHealth.net) –  Calls from sophisticated scam artists often appear to come from a legitimate bank on Caller ID. The caller might even seem to have access to private financial data, such as banking account numbers, home addresses, employment status, maiden names, or the individual’s date of birth. But that doesn’t mean you should trust them. […]

Will COVID-19 Suffocate Amazon?

Will COVID-19 Suffocate Amazon?

(FinancialHealth.net) – Amazon had to close one of its facilities this week after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. The closure comes at a time when the company is more in demand than ever. It’s currently looking for 100,000 workers to fill orders. Is the business going to be able to keep up, or will […]

5 Simple Money Saving Tips

You Can Save Money When...

(FinancialHealth.net) – Imagine if you had extra cash left over at the end of the month and all the bills were paid. Even a few extra dollars can seem like a lot if you’ve been struggling to make ends meet. No matter what your financial situation you can decide to start saving money, right now. […]

Italian 3D Printer Heroes Save the Day

Italian 3D Printer Heroes Save the Day

(FinancialHealth.net) – COVID-19 is sweeping across Italy. As of March 22, there are more than 53,000 confirmed cases in the country, including over 4,800 deaths. In the midst of disaster, average people are stepping in to save lives. A medical supply shortage in Italy is forcing doctors to choose who lives and dies. Physicians are […]

Raising Your Credit Score After Retirement

Best Way to Raise Your Credit Score After Retirement

(FinancialHealth.net) – Life continues changing after retirement. You may need to replace an older vehicle or purchase a new home. Big purchases like these require a healthy credit score. The goods news is that you can continue to boost your score even after retirement. Staying under the limits on credits cards, avoid taking on additional […]

Elon Musk to the Rescue… Again

Elon Musk to the Rescue… Again

(FinancialHealth.net) – The US medical supply arsenal needs ventilators to fight the war against COVID-19. President Donald Trump invoked the Defense Production Act on March 18 to speed up production of vital medical supplies, so we don’t face a shortage. Now, billionaire entrepreneur, Elon Musk, is stepping in to help too. The coronavirus is a […]

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