Most people find it hard to decide whether they should pay off their debts first or save for retirement. Well, it depends on your debts and recent savings.
Tax season can feel like hunting season —some of us are bringing home big game, and some of us are running for our lives! Either way, you can always bolster your plan to tack on added deductions and reduce your necessary payments. Before anything else, it may be time to tweak your W-4.
For the most part, modern Americans are more focused than ever on being free, financially, to do as they please. Unfortunately, most people are not born into the kind of millions required to retire early without considerable planning and intention.
Precious metals are an interesting intersection of markets, demand, and investment forms. For both new and experienced investors, the task of understanding and predicting when to buy and sell challenges many.
A grandparent is a very special role. As one author quotes, “Grandparents are a delightful blend of laughter, caring deeds, wonderful stories and love.”
When it comes to your financial future, the decisions you make now can have a huge impact on your future. Your retirement account is no exception.
Not only is it the start of a new year, but it’s the start of a new decade. That takes setting New Year’s resolutions to a whole new level, or better yet, provides you with an opportunity to set New Decade’s resolutions.
You’ve worked hard all year for that much anticipated year-end bonus. You’ve finally been informed of that magic number you’ll receive as a bonus, but then what?
Saving for retirement doesn’t happen overnight. Or over a year. Or over the course of just a few years. It requires starting early, having a mindful strategy and ideally hitting some key milestones along the way.
When we think about our future, we often start by looking to the past... a concept which is not new, especially in the economic and financial world.