Q: My husband and I are retired, we both receive nice pensions, and we owe $46,000 on our home. This is our only debt. I’m 65, he is 82, and we have more than $800,000 in variable annuities, along with substantial cash in savings. We also have $200,000 combined in life insurance coverage.
The Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce named Concrete Connection, Inc. its Small Business of the Quarter at June’s First Friday Luncheon last week.
Toyota of Greer unveiled the results of a $1.25 million renovation last Thursday, including: an expanded service area, a new customer lounge, a larger lot area and a new VIP entrance.
The Hiring Group, an Atlanta, Georgia based technical staffing firm, is opening an office in the heart of Greer.
Co-founders Chris Yarrow and Brooks Israel will operate the company’s second location.
The Citizens Building & Loan (CBL) charitable foundation recently awarded $8,000 to the Piedmont Women’s Center, a clinic providing free services and counseling to thousands of Upstate women each year.
Q: My mom and dad filed bankruptcy recently and are on a fixed income of $2,200 a month. They gave up their house, and my wife and I helped them find an apartment. We’re also trying to give them other help while they’re getting back on their feet.
Thrive Assisted Living held its ribbon cutting ceremony, Tuesday, May 24th at its newest facility located 715 South Buncombe Road in Greer. Participating in the ceremony were (left to right): Mikelle Porter, representing the Greer Chamber; John Easterling; Jeramy Ragsdale, Founder and Principal with Thrive Senior Living; Kim Burgess, Executive
Q: I’m trying to get out of debt. I make good money and do consulting for a living. I put about 4,000 miles a month on my car. It’s a 2012 model, and I currently owe more on it than it’s worth. I’ve considered selling it, but I’m concerned about reliability since I’m on the road so much. Do you have any advice?
Q: My wife and I are both in our early 20s, we’re debt-free, and we’re just a couple of months away from having a fully loaded emergency fund of six months of expenses. We both also have 401(k) plans at work, and we’re looking forward to starting additional investments later this year.
The City of Greer and All Clear Emergency Management Group of Raleigh, North Carolina, are seeking pubic comment on a draft of the city’s hazard mitigation plan.
City officials say the document is important to all city residents because it is designed to reduce loss of life and property by lessening the impact of disasters.