If you are getting ready to retire, I have some news for you: retiring can be stressful. In fact, with a score of 45, retiring ranks number 10 on the Holmes-Rahe Life Stress Inventory, a well-known tool
Q: I am trying to learn about investing, but I always feel like financial people are trying to sell me something. Where can I get the information I need without having to worry
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When it comes to saving for the future, Health Savings Accounts are one of the best things going right now. Not only do they deliver an unparalleled tax benefit for participants, but changes
This year has seen tectonic shifts in the world of retirement accounts. Some changes—like the new limitations on inherited IRAs--have received a lot of coverage. While others,
I love donor-advised funds. This remarkable financial tool has been around since the 1930’s, but their popularity has soared in recent years.
The quality of our thinking has a huge impact on the decisions we make. And the decisions we make, even the small ones, heavily influence the results we ultimately achieve.
This is the third and final installment in my “finding the right fund’ series. In the past two installments I discussed the importance of good information sources when researching mutual funds.
Last week I started a three-part series on finding the right mutual fund. As part of the discussion, I highlighted two important principles.