Nick’s parents are forced to confront earlier than anticipated retirement…and they aren’t financially prepared. Now, a bank is offering to buy a part of their mortgage or a part of their house. Is this a scam?!
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Former financial planner Joe Saul-Sehy and I tackle these four questions in today’s episode.
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Nick asks (at 02:19 minutes): At the end of this year, my dad has to retire. He was not planning to do so, so he’s not financially prepared. That has put him and my mom in an interesting position.
They have a house that’s worth about $2.5 to $3 million, but they owe $1 million on it. They also owe the IRS about $300,000 in back taxes and have about $50,000 in credit card debt. Their savings and retirement accounts are worth about $50,000.
Recently, they were approached by a bank that offered to buy part of their mortgage or part of the house. They offered them up to 20% of the mortgage and my parents are intrigued by this because they think it could buy…