Author: Stacy Johnson
Stacy Johnson on December 27, 2017
When picking a financial adviser, should you pay by the hour, pay commissions or pay nothing at all? Here’s what I think.
Stacy Johnson on December 22, 2017
We all want to help our kids, but it would be nice to do it without putting our good credit on the line.
Stacy Johnson on December 21, 2017
Both spouses are on the mortgage, but only one is on the deed: No big deal, or a recipe for disaster?
Stacy Johnson on December 20, 2017
Moving — whether across town or across the country — is no picnic. Here are three tips that will make it a little easier, and a lot cheaper.
Stacy Johnson on December 19, 2017
You want retirement savings to grow, but can’t afford to take a bunch of risk: What’s an older investor to do?
Stacy Johnson on December 15, 2017
Which is better: getting your Social Security benefits at the first opportunity, or waiting until you’re 70? The answer: It depends.
Stacy Johnson on December 14, 2017
We’ve all been there: Your car is starting to need a lot of expensive repairs, but you’re not sure when it’s time to throw in the towel. When is enough enough?
Stacy Johnson on December 7, 2017
This is the last article on understanding and shopping car insurance you’ll ever need.
Stacy Johnson on November 4, 2017
Sure, you can sleep an extra 60 minutes this weekend. Or you can reinvest that time so it pays dividends year-round.
Stacy Johnson on October 27, 2017
Everyone wants to pay zero, but what’s the catch? Before you apply, read this.
Stacy Johnson on October 10, 2017
Unreasonable fees are the financial equivalent of a cold slap in the face. Here’s how to steer clear of them.
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