Retirement sounds great. It’s your goal after a long career.
Sleeping in a little later. Relaxing on a golf course. Spending time with your family without a phone call from work. It all should be good.
The quality of your retirement, though, often depends on your health.
If you are among the 72 percent of Americans who travel for leisure, you know that vacations can be expensive.
American Express says the average weeklong trip can cost around $970 per person for hotels, meals, transportation, entertainment and other expenses.
Even though you set a budget before setting off for another city, state or country, you sometimes spend more than you planned. Invariably, you can blow past your vacation means by buying items on impulse or pushing your credit cards to their limit.
So, what can you do to stick to your budget and still enjoy time with your family and friends? Here are some tips:
Tom Mellish is joined by Steve Beebe and they discuss House Bill 373, an important bill that we've been following closely. Get the latest news here!
Everyone reaches a point in their life when they ask who can they turn to for financial advice. When you’re a kid, it’s probably your Mom or Dad telling how much birthday money you can spend and how much you need to save. When you’re a teenager it’s still your Mom and Dad but you just ignore their advice and do what you want - which is spend it.
However, sooner or later, when you have some work experience under your belt, you gain an understanding of just how hard it is to save for today’s needs let alone for retirement. At that point, Mom and Dad may not be around or you recognize they are not the all-knowing experts you thought they were when you were a kid. So, where do you start and what do you ask?
Tom Mellish is joined by Steve Beebe and they discuss House Bill 373, conference committees, and more.
Tom Mellish talks to Steve Beebe from Beebe, Scherer and Associates about HB 373 and other bills of interest.
Sudi Naraine from AMBA, talks to Tom Mellish about Home Health Care Insurance Plan they carry for IRTA members.
Tom Mellish is joined by Steve Beebe and they discuss Niezgodski for filing a CoLA bill, Hate Bill, Legislative Brunch, and more.
Tom Mellish is joined by Steve Beebe and they discuss SB 373, the Rule of 95, the DC Default Bill, various pension matters, other educational issues, Sunday sales and cold beer, gun permits, and the legislative brunch.