Your most important retirement planning decisions rely on timing. While long-term performance is certainly front of mind for your investments, before anything else, you must pay attention to the “when” questions.
A defense-first mentality is what often sets NBA Championship teams apart from the rest. For you, this same mindset can be applied to wealth-building.
Your unique financial circumstances should ultimately determine the retirement guidance you follow. However, when you do consume retirement advice from the media or elsewhere, there are also several myths to be aware of.
Retirement provisions in the recently passed SECURE 2.0 Act offer new planning opportunities for today’s retirees, even more so than the original 2019 SECURE Act.
A quick Google search will relay many myths about investing, but when you understand fact from fiction, you can make wiser, more calculated decisions.
A worldwide pandemic instigated the beginning of a new economic climate after four decades of falling inflation and interest rates. Now, making smarter financial decisions includes following several revised rules for success.
You will inevitably face roadblocks on your way to and through retirement, but identifying what those are is often the first step to overcoming them.
Looking to elevate your investment efficiency? Start by taking some wisdom from two of the world’s most successful investors, Warren Buffett and his right-hand man, Charlie Munger.
As you invest more money, does your investment strategy need to be more complicated? Not exactly.
“I don’t know” is an unfulfilling response when you are searching for more certainty in an economy that is (most certainly) uncertain. However, making predictions in the investment environment today is either difficult or impossible.
The greatest issue with investing your emergency fund comes down to risk. If you’re willing to part with money in your emergency fund and know you will still sleep at night, that money doesn’t belong there.
Financial self-help advice is everywhere, but when it comes to sorting fact from fiction, how do you truly know what is sound guidance?