Personal Finance FAQs

  1. Can I contribute to a Roth IRA and still participate in my employer-sponsored retirement ...

  2. What are the top Social Security scams targeted at the elderly?

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  4. At what age will I be eligible for the maximum Social Security payout?

  5. Are dividends the best way to make money for retirement?

  6. What are Social Security spousal benefits?

  7. Are travel rewards credit cards worth it?

  8. How long should you keep bank statements?

  9. Are balance transfers worth it?

  10. Can I take money from my 401(k) to pay taxes?

  11. What's the best way to finance a car?

  12. When do mortgage payments usually start?

  13. How do travel rewards cards work?

  14. Do balance transfers hurt your credit?

  15. How often does Credit Karma update? (EFX, TRU)

  16. 3 Tips to Refinance a Mobile Home Loan

  17. How do you file IRS Form 709?

  18. What's the difference between FHA and conventional loans?

  19. Do mortgage lenders work on weekends?

  20. Is your salary on your credit report?

  21. How to find mortgage lenders that use VantageScore?

  22. How many mortgage payments can I miss before foreclosure?

  23. Is it possible to refinance a house you're renting out?

  24. When is mortgage insurance tax deductible on rental property?

  25. How do mortgage lenders check and verify bank statements?

  26. Are direct consolidation loans subsidized?

  27. How can I receive my Social Security benefits if I want to retire outside the U.S?

  28. Are Student Loans Forgiven After Death?

  29. Can student loans hurt your credit?

  30. How do construction loans work?

  31. When do checks expire?

  32. Do mortgage lenders use FICO 8?

  33. When is mortgage insurance tax deductible?

  34. How do mortgage lenders verify employment?

  35. Why doesn't Credit Karma offer FICO scores?

  36. How long should you hold on to credit card statements?

  37. How long does it take a check to clear?

  38. When Is Mortgage Insurance Typically Required?

  39. Who regulates mortgage lenders?

  40. Do home appraisers use Zillow?

  41. Can I take my 401(k) in a lump sum?

  42. What Home-Buying Costs Can I Deduct from Taxes?

  43. How should I analyze a company's financial statements?

  44. How do you read a P&L statement?

  45. Why do some companies pay a dividend, while other companies do not?

  46. Are Student Loans Tax-Deductible?

  47. Can I collect Social Security if I still have a job?

  48. Do tax brackets include Social Security?

  49. How soon do I need to start my application for Social Security retirement benefits?

  50. Student Loan Creditors Can Garnish Your Money

  51. How is the minimum payment on a credit card calculated?

  52. What rate of return should I expect on my 401(k)?

  53. Can Direct Consolidation Loans be deferred?

  54. How can I fund A Roth IRA if my income is too high to make direct contributions?

  55. Are my Social Security benefits reduced if I receive extra pensions from different ...

  56. What's the average salary of a market research analyst?

  57. What is the Difference Between Operating Income and Net Income?

  58. How does my spousal Social Security benefit work?

  59. Why would you keep funds in a money market account and not a savings account?

  60. Are student loans amortized?

  61. Are student loans dischargeable after bankruptcy?

  62. Can real interest rates be negative?

  63. What are the maximum Social Security disability benefits?

  64. Can student loans be used to pay rent?

  65. Federal student loan rates: who sets them, why they vary

  66. How are you taxed after selling a mutual fund in a Roth IRA?

  67. Can I take my 401(k) to buy a house?

  68. How do I calculate my gains and/or losses when I sell a stock?

  69. How do I calculate my Social Security break-even age?

  70. Are high yield bonds a good investment?

  71. What's the average salary of a loan officer?

  72. What's the difference between Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental ...

  73. What is variable life insurance?

  74. Are all bank accounts insured by the FDIC?

  75. How do 401(k) loans work?

  76. What are the main kinds of annuities?

  77. Are Social Security benefits taxable after age 62?

  78. How does your checking account affect your credit score?

  79. Can a debt collector contact me about a debt that's no longer on my credit report?

  80. Will I pay taxes on my Social Security payouts?

  81. How do I value the shares that I own in a private company?

  82. What are unrealized gains and losses?

  83. Am I losing the right to collect spousal Social Security benefits before I collect ...

  84. What does "full retirement age" mean in regard to Social Security?

  85. What's the average salary of a financial advisor?

  86. How can I avoid paying taxes on my Social Security income?

  87. What are the advantages of an index fund over an ETF?

  88. What is the size of the average retirement nest egg?

  89. What is Warren Buffett's annual salary at Berkshire Hathaway?

  90. Human capital vs. physical capital: What is the difference?

  91. Can moving to a higher tax bracket cause me to have a lower net income?

  92. What are the distribution options for an inherited annuity?

  93. How did the financial crisis affect the banking sector?

  94. Can my 401(k) be seized or garnished?

  95. Do beneficiaries pay taxes on life insurance?

  96. What do economists believe causes economic growth?

  97. How liquid are money market accounts?

  98. What is the minimum amount of money that I can invest in a mutual fund?

  99. What is the difference between income tax and capital gains tax?

  100. Does marrying someone with bad credit affect my credit score?

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