Today’s thinking is that there is a good chance you could be retired for 30 or more years!
When you change jobs, you need to decide what to do with the money in your 401(k) plan. Should you leave it where it is or take it with you?
In this article I want to talk about investment mindsets. Specifically the importance of moving away from a “Growth” only mindset to an “Income” mindset with your investments in retirement. Ask yourself the question, “Am I Investing for Growth or Income?”
I recently read a Bloomberg article called “Mom and Pop Sit Out Rally, With Stock Exposure at Six-Year Low.”
For most people, it is not hard to come up with ideas for New Year’s resolutions—things like starting an exercise program, eating healthier, reading more books, or getting more sleep. The key is knowing HOW to make those things happen.
Caring for your aging parents is something you hope you can handle when the time comes, but something you probably hope you never have to do.
To live an abundant retirement lifestyle, you can no longer rely solely on a company pension plan or Social Security.
Some people make New Year’s resolutions. Fewer actually stick with them for very long. But most do agree that having goals, and striving to achieve them, is important.
Retirement planning involves an analysis of the various choices you can make today to help provide for your financial future. To make appropriate choices, you need to predict–as well as you can–your future economic circumstances.
Saving in your 401K can be an easy and painless way to build your retirement savings. Because it’s so easy and painless, it can also be ignored for long periods of time, which often leads to mistakes like…