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I think I finally have adjusted to drastically smaller income after being forced to retire due to medical issues. I had an "ok" level of debt when making over six figures for many years, but quit working in 2008 just as house value collapsed along with my savings in stock market. All three at same time destroyed me financially, but comfortable enough now that I paid off a loan last month, but not saving or investing anything. Any advice?
I am 67yo. I remember getting dinged for maybe $50/ea on unplanned but necessary expenses. I even remember the $100 dings. This week-need to replace car battery=$234, garage door failed in subzero weather=$250; annual pet well check =$225; Annual agreement on HVAC=$198. My pension/SS doesn’t grow at this rate. I am at a loss as to what to do. My income $🔽 2020 due to Covid. I got a lousy $10 credit on my income taxes. Very frustrating
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I came across this article. www.forbes.com/advisor/retirement/top-retirement-worries What do you think? Experience any of these?
Hi I’m new to the financial thing
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Hi I've not long join hi everyone do u have days to have financial security & what are the best advice on to invest these days please?
I’m now trying to save for my first car any tips
Thanks everyone great inspiration
Hello Carmen welcome
I’m not working living off savings kind of retired . always afraid I’m gonna run out of money . It’s not gonna happen It’s just a crazy paranoia that I can’t get over
First time poster here. I've recently had some concerns about the state of the stock market, inflation, expensive valuations, market corrections and the like. I'm too small of an investor to have a personal money manager and my assets are invested in a mutual fund type vehicle. I'd love to know what the managers are thinking, how they are dealing with the volatility in the world and what their strategies are. I obviously don't expect anyone to tell me but I feel a kind of tension like I'm having blind faith in these people and I have no idea what they're planning to do with my life savings. Does anyone have any thoughts?