As the COVID-19 global pandemic continues to have a deep and wide spread impact on public health and economies the world over, we believe that a rational and conscientious perspective will go a long way in helping retirement savers weather this intense storm and remain on track. Therefore, we believe it is critical for retirement savers to stay the course and see beyond the short-term market malaise, no matter how close or far into the future their retirement date may be.
These FAQs provide a summary of some of the changes within the SECURE Act. Several of these provisions will require interpretation from the IRS and other agencies. As with all financial matters, you should contact tax and financial professionals as it relates to your own personal circumstances.
Understanding the basics of investing is important, especially during market volatility. It's important to understand your strategy and remember that investing is for the long run. Read more on understanding the basics of investing and why sticking to your plan is important.
Living without certainty about your income is challenging enough without having market volatility to contend with as well. Here are some tips to navigate all of your finances if you find yourself in a situation with an irregular income, and how you can still manage day to day expenses and invest some of your savings for the long-term so you can live the life you’ve envisioned.
Retirement should be a time to kick back and relax, whether that means traveling the world or staying at home to play with the grandkids. Unfortunately, far too many seniors are spending their golden years worried about their finances-- and debt is a big reason why.
There's a burgeoning movement spearheaded by millennials called FIRE, which stands for Financial Independence, Retire Early. In numerous blogs, FIRE proponents share stories about retiring in their 30s and the ways to achieve it. Country living, simplicity, leisure, freedom -- here we come.