95 Year Old Gets Foreclosed Upon; Investing After Retirement, Minimizing Wedding Day Expenses, and other bits…

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We are putting the finishing touches on our new book: You Don’t Need a Financial Advisor. If you haven’t already signed up, click here. In the meantime, here is a great article on the same subject from the Washington Post.

Is a Costco membership worth the money? My wife and I go to Costco about once a month. We definitely get our money’s worth.

Is a reverse mortgage right for you? A 95-year old woman with a reverse mortgage was foreclosed upon.

Mortgage Fraud. The previous story is no unique. You’ve certainly heard a lot about shady lending practices — lenders hiding vital information from borrows which ultimately led to borrowers losing their homes. But here’s a twist. A lender is being accused of making good mortgages look bad.

Weddings can be expensive. Today, many people are paying for their own weddings. Here are tips on how to save money on your wedding day.

Investing after Retirement – Here are three challenges that many investors face once it’s time to start withdrawing your money from your investments. Of course, the most critical problem is how much can I withdraw each year?

Here’s a great video from Joel Greenblatt (author of a great little investing book) explaining how most people should invest their money.

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