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BRUCE WILLIAMS

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Articles by BRUCE WILLIAMS

SMART MONEY: Selling at a loss is the only way to get out of condo SMART MONEY: Selling at a loss is the only way to get out of condo
19 weeks ago - - BRUCE WILLIAMS
DEAR BRUCE: My 40-year-old daughter has decided to get out of the rat race and move back home. Presently, she has a good, well-paying job that she would like to keep temporarily by working from home. [Read More]
SMART MONEY: IRA inheritance raises questions SMART MONEY: IRA inheritance raises questions
21 weeks ago - - BRUCE WILLIAMS
DEAR BRUCE: I may inherit a regular IRA from a friend in the near future, and I’m trying to get as much information as possible. Can I roll this inheritance into my own existing regular IRA? — Judy [Read More]
SMART MONEY: Couple may have to wait for 'tiny homes' dream SMART MONEY: Couple may have to wait for 'tiny homes' dream
22 weeks ago - - BRUCE WILLIAMS
DEAR BRUCE: I am 43 years old and my girlfriend is 44. We both work full time and would likely be considered middle-class. [Read More]
SMART MONEY: To buy or not to buy travel health insurance SMART MONEY: To buy or not to buy travel health insurance
23 weeks ago - - BRUCE WILLIAMS
DEAR BRUCE: My husband is going on a golf vacation to the United Kingdom. He is under 65 and healthy. [Read More]
SMART MONEY: Bag shortage lights customer's fuse SMART MONEY: Bag shortage lights customer's fuse
24 weeks ago - - BRUCE WILLIAMS
DEAR BRUCE: I went to a Walmart in Oakland, Calif., and did my grocery shopping. At the end of the checkout aisle, a Walmart employee told me they had no bags for my groceries. So I told her to restock my 100-plus items and walked out of the store. [Read More]
SMART MONEY: Lifelock guarantee limited to specific things SMART MONEY: Lifelock guarantee limited to specific things
27 weeks ago - - BRUCE WILLIAMS
DEAR BRUCE: In your response to a LifeLock question, you said: “Usually there is a million-dollar guarantee, so that if your account does get looted, the company will then reimburse you if it can’t help you re-collect your money.” [Read More]
SMART MONEY: Do the math to determine whether to rent or sell SMART MONEY: Do the math to determine whether to rent or sell
29 weeks ago - - BRUCE WILLIAMS
DEAR BRUCE: I have a home that is paid in full. I want to purchase another home for $75,000. The mortgage won’t be much money, and I can afford it with no problem. [Read More]
SMART MONEY: Without company match, 401(k) has no advantage SMART MONEY: Without company match, 401(k) has no advantage
30 weeks ago - - BRUCE WILLIAMS
DEAR BRUCE: The company I work for merged with a larger company. Next year, our 401(k) match will go away. Other than the tax break, is there any reason to continue with the 401(k) funds? Historically, the choices we have had to invest in have not done as well as our private investments. [Read More]
SMART MONEY: Credit scores should be checked annually SMART MONEY: Credit scores should be checked annually
31 weeks ago - - BRUCE WILLIAMS
DEAR BRUCE: I recently sold my vehicle, which I had for five years. My question is, how long after I sold the car should I wait to check my FICO score to see if it has increased due to the loan being satisfied? — Reader [Read More]
SMART MONEY: To borrow or not to borrow? SMART MONEY: To borrow or not to borrow?
32 weeks ago - - BRUCE WILLIAMS
DEAR BRUCE: I retired two years ago at 60. I was a factory worker for 40 years and was lucky enough to belong to a profit-sharing plan and then a 401(k). My retirement is over $800,000. I am drawing a little over 5 percent right now. [Read More]
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