Yolander Prinzel

Yolander Prinzel

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  1. Retirement Living

    How do I retire?

    When considering how to plan for retirement, firstly think about the age at which you want to retire and the lifestyle you ...
  2. High Net Worth Strategy

    The Real Cost Of A Speeding Ticket

    Speeding can come at a cost that goes well beyond one driver and one ticket.
  3. Bonds / Fixed Income

    What Is A Municipal Bond?

    A municipal bond is a debt instrument used by a city, state, county or other local government authority to raise money for ...
  4. Financial Analysis

    What is the difference between redemption of shares and repurchase of shares?

    Sometimes, shares of stock offered by a company are not regular, market-driven common shares. Instead, they may be preferred ...
  5. Bonds / Fixed Income

    What is a triple tax-free municipal bond?

    At its core, a triple tax-free municipal bond is just like any corporate bond: it is a debt instrument, a loan given to a ...
  6. Budgeting & Savings

    If I want to have some cash in a liquid account for unexpected emergencies, what is best? A savings account or another type?

    It's always a good idea to keep some money set aside in a liquid form, but it's a double-edged sword, because the more liquid ...
  7. Insurance

    What is pay-as-you-drive auto insurance?

    To an extent, auto insurance rates are specifically developed based on individual user information. The criteria traditionally ...
  8. Taxes

    If a LEAP option is purchased and held for more than 12 months, is the tax treatment long term?

    A LEAP (long-term equity anticipation security) is a call or put option that allows the buyer a long-term expiration on the ...
  9. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    What is the difference between a credit report and a credit score?

    Your credit report is almost like a report card for your debt history. It shows your personal information, including name ...
  10. Financial Analysis

    What is the difference between a stock buyback and management buyout?

    Each share of stock sold in the market represents partial ownership in the issuing company. If an individual or entity buys ...
  11. Insurance

    Can my insurance company refuse me coverage?

    Insurance isn't always as straightforward as other products. Insurers can deny coverage in many different instances:Non-Renewal ...
  12. Budgeting & Savings

    How To Pick Valuable Online Classes

    Gurus all over the place are setting up online classes and seminars. How do you know which online classes are worth paying ...
  13. Mutual Funds

    Is it a good idea to buy mutual funds from banks?

    Mutual funds offer consumers a great way to access a professionally-managed group of assets at a relatively low cost, with ...
  14. What are the differences between a 401K and an IRA?

    When employers want to give employees a way to save for retirement, they may offer participation in a 401(k), a retirement ...
  15. Taxes

    How Taxpayers Can Do A Legal Wash Sale

    The wash sale rule can result in the disallowance of a much-needed deduction. Here you can learn what constitutes a wash ...
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