Social Media Bulls Vs. Bears By Investing.com

2020-06-07

© Reuters. By Yasin Ebrahim and Kim Khan Investing.com – Social media companies were further under the presidential microscope this week. The intersection between politics and responsibility arrived (ironically is too easy and misused here) when Twitter announced it would fact check some tweets form the White House. Snapchat ownerRead More →

Social media advice for entrepreneurs over 50

2020-01-15

Ginny Corbett, 56, founder of Salúd Juicery, in Sewickley, Pa, has worked hard to build an Instagram following to connect with customers. She now has over 9,413 followers. And it’s free. Sort of. “If you count your time as money, I have spent thousands of hours,” Corbett says. “I haveRead More →

‘I could live on my Social Security and still save money’: This 66-year-old left Chicago for ‘calming’ Costa Rica — where he now plans to live indefinitely

2019-11-30

A school break changed 66-year-old Martin Farber’s life forever. In 2007, his daughter — who at the time was attending Illinois State University — decided she wanted to spend a college holiday volunteering in Costa Rica and staying with a local family, he explains. She came home raving about theRead More →

A married couple should do this to get the most from Social Security

2019-10-19

A couple approaching retirement has many critical decisions. Social Security claiming is one that should be approached thoughtfully. The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 ended most Social Security claiming strategies. There are, however, still some strategies available for couples. If Social Security will comprise a significant portion of your retirementRead More →