They say hindsight is 20/20 but that’s small comfort when you’re trying to fix some mistake you’ve already made. Too often these errors involve money, money you wish you’d kept in your wallet. Wouldn’t a little foresight be better Today, Rob West and Steve Moore share a list of things you’ll almost certainly regret doing with your money. Next, they answer your questions at (800) 525-7000 and firstname.lastname@example.org about the following:
- If you have a daughter in her late 20s who is disabled and your insurance won’t cover your physician costs, are there other options?
- If you just recently retired and have have heard that it would be wise to redirect your 401(k) to a self-directed IRA, should you consider it?
- If you and your spouse are in your 30’s, own our home outright and I have several investments but are concerned about proper diversification, what is some good advice?
- If your daughter has been working for a few years and will have $7,000 saved by the time she goes to college, will that money count against her on FAFSA?
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