If you missed me this morning on NBC’s TODAY show, Money 911 segment make sure to watch it now. We answered questions about tax liens, what to do if your mortgage is upside down, and paying taxes when it comes to cashing in an inherited IRA. Take a minute to check out the segment, our answers could help you or someone close to you!
If you missed me this morning on NBC’s Today Show, Money 911 make sure to check it out now. We answered questions about using a rental income as a retirement plan, using a 401k to pay off a mortgage, and if you should open a credit card or line of credit to increase your credit score. Hopefully our answers can help you too!
If you missed the Money 911 segment this morning NBC’s TODAY, make sure to watch it now! Today we helped people tackle their student loans and discussed forgiveness options, spoke about what to do and where to go if you’re struggling to make mortgage payments on an investment property and ran the numbers for a viewer when it came to refinancing their 30-year mortgage, so it could be paid off by the time their daughter goes to college. Tons of great information and I hope it can help you too!
If you missed me this morning on NBC’s TODAY – Money 911, make sure to check out the segment now! This week we started with a question about a woman who took out a reverse mortgage on her home, which essentially eliminated any inheritance that would have come her daughter’s way, and let me tell you, the daughter was NOT happy! After tackling this question, we moved on to help a viewer eliminate $30,000 in debt and another one find the right financial advisor.
From trying to manage escalating mortgage costs, to bouncing checks, to what you need to know about those attractive specialty store credit card offers – we answered a lot of great questions today on Money 911. So make sue to watch the segment and let me know if it helped you!
If you missed me this morning on NBC’s Today Show – Money 911, make sure you take some time and watch the segment. This week we helped some people with some BIG problems. One viewer’s ex-husband was ruining her credit score, another was a consumer considering defaulting on her debt, and then was one was having trouble with the fine print on those tricky 0% balance transfer offers we’ve all seen in the mail. There’s tons of information in the segment and hopefully it can help you too!
Also, Danny Devito was at there this morning promoting his new movie The Lorax—which I can’t wait to see! I also got the chance to take a picture with the Lorax himself, so check out the picture below! Will you go and see The Lorax when it comes out? I know I will!
If you missed me this morning on NBC’s Today Show – Money 911, make sure to watch the segment above! Today we answered questions about financing options for furnishing your home, getting help with your credit score, healthcare savings plans and what to do with this year’s return.
PLUS, I shot a special video for you, where I speak in depth about Flex Spending Accounts and Health Savings Accounts, what they are, what they are not, and how they could be a great option for you to help pay for your health care expenses!
Let me know if this information helped you by commenting below!
In case you missed me this morning on NBC’s Today Show – Money 911 – make sure to check it out now! We answered questions about getting your name off of a co-signed loan, tax deductions if you work at home, and what to do if you remarry someone that has debt when you have savings.
Let me know if this segment helped you by commenting below!
If you missed me on NBC’s Today Show – Money 911 make sure to watch the segment above! We answered questions about what to do if you’re marrying someone with a poor credit score, how to contribute to your 401k when your employer offers a match, and when it’s appropriate to use your spouse’s Social Security benefits.
Plus, I had the chance to stick around after Money 911 to do a Live Web Chat on Today.com. Thank you to everyone that joined me, there were so many AMAZING questions today. If you missed the chat make sure to read the archive HERE to see if I answered a question that could help you.
Here’s one of the questions from the Live Chat this morning. (Click HERE for the Full Q&A!)
“My husband and I are 30 and because we were in graduate school most of our 20s, we are just starting to save money. At what point in life does it make sense to get a financial planner? How much should a financial planner cost?”
“I think the sooner you get a financial planner the better. With that said, you should read up on investing before your hire one so you know what questions to ask and you are prepared better to screen a good advisor from a bad advisor. Read Smart Couples Finish Rich, before you hire a financial advisor. In this book I also layout how to hire and how to pay a financial advisor. The cost to do a basic financial plan is around $500 to $5,000 depending on how detailed it is. Then there are costs to work with the financial advisor. Most advisors today charge a flat fee on assets of around 1%. You can also hire financial advisors by the hour. Hope that helps you get started! Lastly before you hire a financial advisor check out their background online by visiting the NASD website and make sure there are not any complaints or legal issues with the advisor.”
If you missed me on this morning’s NBC’s Today Show, Money 911 segment, make sure to watch it above, we answered questions about paying down debt, government grants, your FICO score, and most importantly borrowing from your 401k.
I have been seeing more and more questions about borrowing from a 401k these past few months on my Facebook page, on Money 911 and during Live Chats. So I thought it would beneficial to give you all a quick lesson on the topic and expand on my answer from Money 911 this morning. Watch the video I did and let me know if you found the information helpful by commenting below!