Q: I don’t know if it’s just me, but my paycheck doesn’t seem to go as far as it used to. The government says inflation is low, but I’m feeling a real squeeze. It is really as low as they claim?
The ongoing saga of bitcoin continued this week as tiny El Salvador became the first country to officially recognize bitcoin as legal tender. Bitcoin celebrated its new official status by promptly plunging nearly 17 percent before
One of the best parts of being a financial planner is helping people find meaningful answers to important life questions. Sometimes the questions are straight-forward such as: do I have enough to retire;
Q: I have been working and saving for retirement for the past 50 years. My goal was to retire once I had a million dollars in retirement savings and I am almost there.
If you read the financial press, you have surely read that many Americans are woefully unprepared for retirement. Unfortunately, this is true. However, it is also true that retirement accounts hold a vast amount of America’s wealth.
COVID has pushed American adults further into cyberspace. According to the Pew Research Center, 85 percent of American adults say they go online every day and more than one-third of those say they are “almost constantly”
I just read a book called, One Second After by William Forstchen. It isn’t a new book, but I found it to be very thought provoking—especially in my role as a financial planner. I’ll warn you up front: it’s the kind of book that might give you
Q: I almost hate to ask you about this because I know you probably won’t like the idea, but I’m thinking about putting some money into Bitcoin. It currently trades significantly below its all-time high.
Last month, the website ProPublica broke a story about Peter Thiel’s $5 billion Roth IRA. Personally, I found the article fascinating, but probably not in the way the authors intended. They seemed intent on stoking flames