New Haven, CT (WTNH) – For most people, your mortgage is one of the largest monthly payments that you have to make. And as retirement approaches and your earnings may change, you’ll need to consider what to do about that mortgage. So should you pay it off before you retire? And what about credit card debt?

CT Style’s Rachel Lutzker recently spoke with Ben Fuchs, Certified Financial Planner and Founder of Fuchs Financial.

In this interview, Ben talks about all of these important decisions that we have to make when it comes to your mortgage, and whether you should pay it off before you retire. He answers these questions and more.

To learn more, or make an appointment for a free 15-minute phone consultation with Fuchs Financial, visit www.fuchsfinancial.com   

You can also learn tips about retirement online through their virtual-learning center www.fuchfinancial.com/virtual-learning-center/

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