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Everyone deserves the best retirement possible, but numerous planning mistakes can cause retirement plans to fall short. How can you save enough to thoroughly enjoy your retirement without hurting your finances in the meantime? Here are 4 retirement planning mistakes worth avoiding.
Sticking to your investment policy through normal market corrections is critical. Those who pick an investment policy – and then waffle on it in hopes of avoiding that pain – underperform. It’s as simple as that.
We’ve rounded up our favorite apps to help calculate budgets, curb overspending and avoid late payments. Save yourself money by putting one of these 5 apps to use in your personal finance.
Some new economic data is becoming available, which is allowing us to draw some conclusions on actions going forward, once this current market correction has recovered. The following charts will help detail the current market correction update.
It appears that we may be in for a test of our investor discipline, yet again. I had hoped we would get away with an uneventful autumn, with the markets gently trending sideways or only slightly downward into the midterm election... the market had other ideas.
The 3d Quarter of 2018 was a dream ride for the United States stock market, with the S&P 500 gliding smoothly up 7.7% with hardly any hint of the volatility that marked the first two quarters of this year.
With the 2017 tax filing season underway finishing up your 2017 tax year, we begin to look at 2018 and how changes in the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 will affect you.
The important step here is to determine what really matters and what does not – we will refer to irrelevant things as “noise” going forward.
Heading into your retirement years brings a slew of new topics to grapple with, and one of the most maddening may be Medicare.
Many of us may perceive trusts as a complex subject better left to our attorney. However, a trust is simply a contract initiated by a grantor who agrees to transfer assets to a beneficiary, who then receives the assets as stipulated in the trust contract.