As higher education costs continue to soar, many parents find themselves faced with the nagging question, “Will I have enough money to pay for my child’s college education?”
Even financially successful people struggle with a sense of scarcity. We might say that money, status and success don’t lead to increased happiness, but many of us still unconsciously think that more is always better.
A common question investors ask their financial advisor is this: “Is it too late to invest in the stock market?”
April is National Financial Literacy Month – an entire month dedicated to underscoring the importance of learning, establishing and maintaining healthy financial habits.
Older adults may be at heightened risk of cybersecurity breaches and fraudulent behavior because they lack experience with internet technology and represent a financially attractive target.
Too often during uncertain times, we inadvertently compare ourselves to the people around us – and that leads us to make financial mistakes.
There is no time like the present to ensure you are allocating enough funds to your retirement account.
Your long-term financial success depends less on the structure of your portfolio than on your ability to adapt your behavior to changing economic times.
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Market corrections are normal in a healthy stock market. But as retirement is on the horizon, it is important to have a plan to preserve your wealth.
Tapering refers to the Federal Reserve policy of unwinding the massive purchases of Treasury bonds and mortgage-backed securities it’s been making to shore up the economy during the pandemic.
After the stock market’s fantastic growth in 2021, many believe a pullback (or even a correction) may be a healthy thing and smart investors can cushion such a fall.
As we approach the New Year, maybe the dream of an early retirement starts to take shape in your mind. Seriously consider your financial position to be sure you can afford to walk away from the nine-to-five routine.
Invest early. Invest often. Invest for growth. These are the basic principles of saving for your child’s college education.
A 60-day rollover is the distribution of funds from a qualifying retirement account that can then be redeposited into another qualified retirement account.
Avoiding these four mistakes is a good start for getting more out of your 401(k).
Considering that long-term care can cost more than $50,000 per year, anyone who's in a caregiving relationship needs to understand the options for helping an aging family member.
Before you start planning your retirement party, make sure you do these four things if you're retiring in 2021.