Learning and living

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Q: I’m a recently retired widow, and my husband always took care of most of our finances. We never had any debt, but after starting to learn a little bit about how money works, I’m worried that there may be too much of it invested in CDs (certificates of deposit).

Steps in the process

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Q: My wife and I are on Baby Step 3 of your plan, and we’re about halfway to building our fully funded emergency fund. We don’t like our current home very much, and we’d like to sell and move as soon as possible.

Stay the course

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Q: Our daughter is a special needs child, who doctors say will live about half as long as the average adult. There’s also a good chance she will be under our care her entire life.

Snowball switch?

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Q: We’re working the debt snowball, and together my husband and I make $93,000 a year. The amounts of our remaining three debts are so close we wonder if we should take interest rates into account. Two are student loans for $2,970 and $6,700, while the other is credit card debt in the amount of $4,750.

Making it official

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Brent Garrett, executive director for Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce, welcomed  Christy Ray and Foodies Farm Shop to downtown Greer at a ribbon cutting on June 30.


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