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[Money Crashers] The question about whether Social Security is going bankrupt is nothing new. But that’s not the only misconception floating around. Michael Lewis debunks popular myths: Are Social Security funds being “stolen” by the government? Is the government program “inferior” to private sector retirement alternatives? Read on to see where these ideas came from and why some are far from the truth.
[Bargaineering] Superstorm Sandy taught all of us the importance of knowing your homeowners insurance policy inside and out. But flooding certainly isn’t the only natural disaster left out of many policies. Earthquakes, tornadoes, and hurricanes often aren’t covered either. Click the link to see what extra coverage you should look into before a natural disaster strikes.
[Credit.com] The answer to this question depends on how you consolidate – and what you do afterwards, explains Gerri Detweiler. Considering peer-to-peer lenders like LendingClub.com and Prosper.com and looking into a debt management plan are two paths worth exploring. Check out the post for more helpful tips.
[Moolanomy] Pricing your house too high, staying emotionally attached to your home, and being inflexible can greatly decrease the chances of a sale, says Emily Guy Birken. Find out interesting ways to increase your odds of selling a home in today’s challenging real estate market.