Tag: Road to Wealth
September 28th, 2009

Q: I owe about $7,300 on two credit cards. I have two certificates of deposit maturing, for about the same amount of money. My question is, do I pay off those cards, or do I take a loan using those CDs as collateral and pay about 4% interest on the loan to pay off the [...]

September 24th, 2009

Q: I was laid off six months ago. My health benefits with my former employer will expire soon. I was solicited by a contracting company, which traditionally does not offer benefits to a new contractor-employee. However, to bring me on board, they did offer me access to their medical and dental plan and sent me [...]

September 22nd, 2009

Q: I’ve been doing contract publicity work since experiencing a “reduction in force” in January. How do you recommend I handle earnings to avoid tax problems? I’ve never had tax problems, and I don’t need to start any. Tracey New, Dallas TX A: First, I’m sorry you lost your job, but it’s great that you [...]

September 18th, 2009

Q: I love your show Singletary Says on TV One. I am learning a lot. However, I was unemployed for eight months. I’ve had a part-time job for the past year. I have just gotten a roommate, but I am having a hard time building my savings account back up, due to trying to “catch [...]

September 15th, 2009

Q: My significant other just got approved for a home loan. I asked her to co-sign for a car for me. Would this affect the amount she was approved for? I don’t want it to affect her chances of getting the house of her dreams. So, I need some advice. Veronica, Houston, TX A: You [...]

September 9th, 2009

Q: I’m a 52-year-old disabled lady on Social Security. When I was working, I was able to save around $30,000 in a retirement fund. Currently, it is still with the company. What is the best way to grow this money? I have lost several thousand dollars because of the stock market. Is it better to [...]

September 3rd, 2009

Q: Over the years, I’ve had bad luck managing my checking accounts. The “occasional” overdraft fee averaged $2,500 annually. I’ve since closed my accounts and gone with a pre-paid debit card company. These days, with banks collapsing without notice, how can I be sure of the integrity of this “new” industry and of a particular [...]

August 27th, 2009

Our financial expert advises a first-time homebuyer with a large family.

August 25th, 2009

Our financial expert offers resources for teaching girls about financial planning and wealth building.

August 20th, 2009

Our financial expert examines contract work vs. stable employment with benefits.

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