Bad credit can happen to anyone. Once your credit score takes a hit, boosting it can be a challenge. A low credit score will prevent you from qualifying for most credit cards, but having a credit card is crucial for rebuilding your credit (as long as you use it properly. Here’s what you need to know about credit cards for clients with lower credit history.
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For most people, retirement marks the beginning of a better quality of life. But some things are more difficult in retirement – finances are tighter, storms and disasters are harder to recover from, and time may seem quite long when you’re not spending eight hours per day working.
Perhaps your career has always kept you rooted in one place, and retirement is an opportunity to start fresh or fulfill your lifelong dream of living near a beach or in the countryside. Perhaps you’ve been longing for a slow-paced life far, far away from the hustle and bustle of the corporate world.
Finding affordable housing is just one of many obstacles seniors face. The reality is that most seniors are on a tight budget, and expenses like electricity, cable, and housing add up quickly.