Q. I am 64 and have been retired for four years. My wife, 63, is still working. We have managed to put aside a tidy nest egg, and are still saving. We have no debt. We are currently paying over $10,000 a year for health insurance. I will soon be old enough to apply for..
He's ba-ack! Flip Filipowski, who more than any other individual dramatized Chicago's Internet aspirations, has survived a billion dollar bankruptcy of his publicly held Chicago-based divine inc. and a personal downfall that left him with a significantly diminished fortune. Of course, he started with the $3.5 billion he made by selling his startup software company,..
It's so easy to fall in love with the idea of a new kitchen -- new appliances, new cabinets, new flooring. Maybe you'll even cook! And it looks easy to justify the expense. After all, this will certainly add value to your home. But when it comes to the financial side of kitchen remodeling, you..