All investors have probably heard that down markets present a buying opportunity. Well, even if you do not have a lot of cash to put to work right now, consider increasing your 401(k) contributions to the maximum allowable. Each contribution you make when markets are lower buys cheaper shares—just like shopping during a good sale!
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Most of us want to retire—someday. And we aim for our investments to appreciate so that we can distribute income from them throughout our retirement years, without running low on money and equally importantly, without diminishing our style of living. When the capital markets gradually appreciate, our goals for making work optional—retirement—feel good indeed. [...]
One gift you can give yourself this holiday season is to conduct regular money meetings with your significant other. Take a look!
Most parents want their children to enjoy saving money. Take a look at a system that can help this happen!
When we think of cyber-security, it is easy to assume that if our technology providers do their jobs well, we are protected. But today, no matter the skill and competence of our tech providers, and no matter the effectiveness of our passwords and the systems we use to secure them, the threat to [...]
I don’t know about you, but I like to stretch my money so I can do more with it, not less. Consider this framework for allocating your income!
Most of us want to be comfortable and financially secure, now and throughout our retirement. But many of us are not sure where to start. Find out now!
In today’s world of “instant,” concepts such as value and worth may no longer be second nature to many of us. For instance, an appraisal of the monetary value or worth of your business, as you anticipate selling it to fund your retirement plan, can depend on a variety of factors you might not [...]
3 Practical Tips You Can Take to the Bankalyssa2018-10-12T16:00:12+00:00
If you have more than one child, you have probably observed that each child has a different attitude towards money. Perhaps one child cannot seem to spend his money fast enough, and the other loves to squirrel it away. What about you? And your significant other? What is your money personality? Find out now!
Handling personal finances is a complicated endeavor, perhaps now more than ever. Where once upon a time employees counted on a pension and perhaps one other investment account as they aimed for financial security, today it is typical to have numerous accounts—opened while working for a variety of employers. Time and again we encounter those [...]