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Lyle Solomon has extensive legal experience as well as in-depth knowledge and experience in consumer finance and writing. He has been a member of the California State Bar since 2003. He graduated from the University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California, in 1998, and currently works for the Oak View Law Group in California as a Principal Attorney.

Latest Posts By Lyle Solomon

2 weeks ago

How to Decide on Taking Out a Payday Loan or Borrowing Money from Your 401(k)

Dealing with a financial mess can be difficult. But borrowing money from the wrong source can exacerbate the situation. When it comes to your 401(k) savings, your goal should be to let that money grow to have funds for retirement…

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9 months ago

How Can Annuities Help You Manage Your Finances in 2023?

Saving for retirement is crucial if you want to be financially secure in your later years. But because of the economy and the fact that more men than women work, many women do not have enough money saved for retirement…

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1 year ago

How to Manage Retirement Finances through Downsizing and Decluttering

Before you decide on your retirement living options, there are several factors to consider, whether you’re contemplating downsizing to a smaller home or moving to a retirement community. It’s essential to calculate what you can afford…

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1 year ago

Explore Alternate Sources of Income If You Are Retiring in 2023

Retirement is the time when you can finally relax and enjoy life without the daily grind of a nine-to-five job. But what if you’re not ready to retire? What if you still want to bring in some extra income?

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1 year ago

60 and Beyond: How to Avoid Common Money Mistakes

As we age, our financial priorities and needs change. Once you reach the age of 60, it’s crucial to take a step back and evaluate your current financial situation to ensure that you’re on track for a comfortable retirement…

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1 year ago

How Can Boomer Women Budget Well to Beat the Recession?

A recession is a big drop in economic activity that happens all over the economy and lasts more than a few months. In real life, a recession is when unemployment increases, more businesses fail, and the economy is generally in bad shape…

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1 year ago

9 Signs to Know If Your Retirement Is on Track

It might be intimidating to invest money for retirement, mainly since it’s usual for soon-to-be retirees to worry about whether or not they’ll have enough money to support themselves in their later years. Several general guidelines can be used…

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2 years ago

How You Can Start Saving for Retirement – 4 Tips to Prepare Now

According to a recent GOBankingRates survey, 22% of respondents don’t think they’ll ever be able to retire, and 23% of Americans have nothing saved for their golden years. Do you belong to this 23% category? If so, then ask yourself another question…

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2 years ago

Gender Income Gap – How Does It Affect Women’s Retirement?

Women who work longer than men continue to experience the gender wage gap when they retire. According to government statistics, women make 83 cents for every dollar men earn. The annual difference in median wages grows to $10,435 as a result…

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2 years ago

4 Better Alternatives to Using Your Retirement Savings to Pay Off Debt

It is never advisable to use your retirement savings for anything other than its intended purpose, unless you have to. It is never a good idea to risk not being able to take care of yourself in retirement to save your credit score and pay off debts…

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