Most investors do not know how to properly measure their portfolio progress. We all want to make money, I get that, but how do you know how much is enough? Is portfolio growth all you need or is there more than that needed to help you plan for your future?
A new study by GoBankingRates surveyed 500 adults and found 22% of them had lied to their partners about money. The most common thing they lied about is their spending habits.
A lot can be learned from this past Government shutdown that took almost a million people by surprise. Many of them left with little to no savings. What would you do if you were suddenly let go from work or left without income?
Many of us are setting goals and resolutions for the New Year! Some will pledge to exercise more while others may try and give up old habits. But what about financial goals? Let me show you a few ways to save more money, pay off debts, and structure their budget in 2019.
Find where the real money is when you invest. Watch Paul go over the “beef” of your investments.
See Charlie Bowers give a few tips on how to stay fiscally fit in the new year.
Knowing whether or not to accepts a company buyout is tough. There are so many variables to take into consideration, with the biggest being if you take the buyout, can you stay retired without the fear of ever running out of money?
It may seem a little too early still to start thinking about buying those holiday gifts. But Financial professional Charlie Bowers of Insight Folios, says now is actually a good time to start planning and saving, before the holiday rush begins!
The mutual fund industry has a nice image of low fees and good returns, but what will you find when you look deep inside the mutual funds books?
You’ve probably heard of the Robin Hood story. He’s the one who takes from the rich and gives to the poor. That sounds great unless you are the one he is taking from!