Tag: Ask Stacy
Stacy Johnson on June 6, 2018
The quickest way to reach your financial goals is to track your expenses. Here are three potential tools to make it effortless.
Stacy Johnson on May 23, 2018
No matter what they call themselves — from financial planner to stockbroker or investment manager — their answer to this simple question can help you decide where to get advice.
Stacy Johnson on May 14, 2018
Buying a foreclosed or repossessed home could be the deal of a lifetime, or a financial disaster. Here’s what you need to know.
Stacy Johnson on May 7, 2018
Whether to combine or maintain separate accounts is an age-old battle. But the solution is a simple one.
Stacy Johnson on May 4, 2018
Is it better to invest a little every month, or a lump sum all at once? The answer may surprise you.
Stacy Johnson on May 2, 2018
While you always need liability insurance, you may not require comp and collision. Here’s a simple rule of thumb to help you decide.
Stacy Johnson on April 30, 2018
If you’re in debt trouble, there’s free help available. But not all of it is on the up and up.
Stacy Johnson on April 25, 2018
Investing in stocks means confronting two nerve-wracking questions: When should you buy, and when should you sell? Here’s a simple rule of thumb that will help.
Stacy Johnson on April 20, 2018
The internet says there’s a legal loophole allowing you to dodge your debts. Here’s what I say.
Stacy Johnson on April 18, 2018
You want to get top dollar for your house, but don’t want to put more money into it. Here’s what to do.
Stacy Johnson on April 16, 2018
Chances are good that millions fewer Americans will enjoy a deduction for charitable giving on next year’s tax return. Here’s why.
Stacy Johnson on April 11, 2018
Choosing the proper claiming strategy can mean thousands more in Social Security money over your lifetime. Here’s how to find an inexpensive expert who can help.
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