Everything you need to know to do what's best for your bottom line

Bottom Line:

 - The essential point or most important consideration

 - The final line of a financial report 

 - The ultimate outcome

February 17, 2017

Stacy Marcus

Bottom Line: Pay off the debt with the highest interest rate = cost to you first. This assumes you are not in collections on either debt. If start by considering the interest rate on each debt and the amount of the debt. In general, with a fixed sum of money to be allocated to debt repayment each month paying down more on the debt with the higher interest rate will be beneficial. For example, if your student loan debt accrues interest at 7% and your credit card debt has a rate of 20% on an equal...

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Retirement savings account benefit from deferred taxes.  Unless you have earned income you cannot contribute to an IRA.  So if you are working at home, and not earning a salary you are not entitled to participate, except...

A working spouse can contribute to an IRA on behalf of a non-working spouse, in an account titled in the name of the non-working spouse.

This strategy has benefits for both parties.  Read more to see if you qualify.

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