Dear Dave: I’m 19, and I’m about to finish up my first year of community college. I have enough money through scholarships and help from my family to get a bachelor’s degree. After that, I plan on going to law school and cash flowing that part of my education.
Dear Dave: Recently, I made a claim on my homeowner’s insurance for hail damage. It was my first claim ever. Since I’m retired and completely debt-free — including my home — and have more than $1 million in the bank, is homeowner’s insurance still a good idea?
The board of Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital almost immediately went behind closed doors Tuesday to discuss its potential partnership with The Lion Star Group, LLC and the search for a new top administrator for the hospital district.
Former Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital CEO Scott Street and other leaders at Medical Center of South Arkansas were chided by medical staff there who unanimously voted late last month that they had no confidence in the hospital’s leadership.
Dear Dave: My wife and I are in our 20s, and together we make about $80,000 a year. Our first baby is due in early 2022, so being debt-free has become a top priority in my mind.
Stacy Jacobs, who developed the popular Travel Club for Commercial Bank of Texas and has been a contributing business columnist for The Daily Sentinel, will retire next month after more than 23 years with the bank.
Dear Dave: I can’t decide whether to sell or keep a rental property. Except for the property in question I’m debt-free, and I make $90,000 a year. I owe $20,000 on the property, and it is worth $65,000. What do you think? — George
Gov. Greg Abbott’s announcement Monday that Texas will stop paying the federally funded $300 in extra pandemic-related weekly unemployment aid as businesses that scaled back or shuttered during the pandemic are reopening could help give the state economy a shot in the arm, the head of the Te…
Dear Dave: My husband and I are both 29, and we have good jobs that allow us to bring home $100,000 a year combined. Recently, we began talking about starting a family. We live on a budget, but we still have about $15,000 in credit card debt and student loans we’re working hard to pay off. D…