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Answered by Justin Clark
Mortgage Broker in Moreno Valley, CA
If you are 62 or older and have a decent amount of equity in your home you could do a reverse mortgage and eliminate your mortgage payment all together. Then you only...
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Answered by David Meyers
Financial Adviser in Palo Alto, CA
The glib answer is simply that you could put in less. For example, if your marginal tax rate was 25% and you put $1,000 pre-tax into the 401(k), your taxes would go d...


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Answered by Chance Barrett
Financial Adviser in Kalispell, MT
Great question. First, I would say it depends on your Risk Tolerance and Time Horizon. If you are able to handle bigger fluctuations in your account and have some time...
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Answered by MoneyTips Writing Staff
Financial Adviser in Los Angeles, CA
This recent article about Housing Vouchers may help answer some of your questions, it contains links to the HUD program.
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Answered by David Wasson
Insurance Agent in Rohnert Park, CA
I would ask you first, is the 401(k) your only way to pay for the hybrid? 401(k) money can be expensive since it is normally 100% taxable. Next I would ask if the lo...
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Answered by Charles Scott
Financial Advisor in Scottsdale, AZ
Jonathan, To answer your question completely I would need a bit more information, but a 75% employer match would make your pre-tax 401(k) contribution look like a good...
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