Donate Now, Give Later

Donate Now, Give Later

Baby boomers who are in the final decade of their high-income years might want to stop using their credit cards and checkbook to give to charity. There’s a better way to be generous and reduce your taxes at the same time – the donor advised fund (DAF). DAF – How it Works  You move cash or
The Debt I Love

The Debt I Love

If the home-owning MINK (more income, no kids) community really wants more income, they may want to start by increasing their debt. Yep, that’s what I said. Almost every semi-retired baby boomer I work with informs me that they are on track to paying off their mortgage right about the time they
Pay Now, Care Later

Pay Now, Care Later

Chutes and Ladders was always one of my favorite childhood board games. Even if you had a devastating setback, you could at least enjoy the fun little slide, and then quickly find a ladder and climb back up. If there was a financial planning board game (so fun!) the slide would be your future ...