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with Rob West & Steve Moore
No 401(k)—No Problem Thursday, May 23, 2019
No wonder so many people think the 401(k) is the best thing since right turn on red. The majority of employers match some amount of their workers’ contributions. But what if your employer doesn’t offer a 401(k) at all? No 401(k)? No problem! You have more options than you think if you decide to go it alone with your retirement savings. Today on MoneyWise Rob West and Steve Moore are ready to tell us what those might be. Next, they answer your questions at (800) 525-7000 and [email protected] about the following:   -10 years ago, my father-in-law left us E-bonds. I just found out that they have been extended to 2026. My husband and I are both 80 years old. Should we cash them in now? Or leave them for our children to inherit? -My wife and I want to simplify our lifestyle in retirement. How do we start trimming credit cards without hurting our credit score? -My daughter has some credit card debt, plus a student loan. Should she defer her student loan to pay off the credit card first? -I have substantial credit card debt. I’m thinking of going to the bank to borrow against the land that we own. Is that a good way to pay off the credit cards?   Be sure to check out our new website at moneywise.org to connect with a MoneyWise Coach or access our books, videos, or any of our free helpful resources.  You can also find us on Facebook. Thanks for your prayerful and financial support that helps keep MoneyWise on the air.  And if you'd like to help, just go to the website and click the Donate tab at the top of the page.

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