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At least you didn't say you were still paying on a mortgage. The worst financial mistake anyone can make is taking a mortgage past age 60, totally reckless. I just turned 50 and finished mine. Now redirect that mortgage into my Roth IRA. Tax-free income will be very handy at age 70.
CLEARLY people still don't understand how Soc Sec works. You don't PAY into YOUR account, you pay to support those drawing money. Then we that have been paying, HOPE that there will be people paying for OUR withdrawal. In 1940 there were 149 people paying for each person drawing....now there is 3 people paying for e...more
[the rich are way more likely to prioritize their own self-interests above the interests of other people]
that statement in the article is not accurate.
I tithe my 10% to my church, it is in my self-interest to give there because I know that money goes to help people I know.
So I too, give to something that is ne...more
Walmart will continue to thrive, because the vast majority of shoppers now value price over quality. Everything is turning to NOW. I can buy it NOW for $$ instead of save and pay $$$$...rarely is the thought given to "how long will it last". I buy Levis because they last me 5 yrs whereas Walmart's barely last 2. I ...more
FB needs to integrate all online shopping experiences of it's users and create a method of creating reviews for these purchases that are searchable amongst all their contacts. I would trust reviews from my friends far more than annonymous userid on a site.