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There are a lot of questions about retirement savings and investments.
With regards to savings, you need to know: How much to save (did you know that some people save too much)? How much savings you will you need for retirement? Where should you save? Should you save pre-tax (traditional, SEP & Simple IRAs, 401ks, 403bs, 457s, 529s, HSAs, etc…) or after-tax (Roth IRAs and 401ks)? How do you find more money to save?
And, there are probably even more questions about investments: What should you invest in (stocks, bonds, real estate, funds)? How should your investments change over time? How do your financial values impact your investment strategy? What is the ideal asset allocation for you? What should you do when the market swings wildly?
See below for articles covering the answers to these questions and more.
Investing doesn’t need to be complicated. Here are 14 simple strategies to help you build long term wealth.
You know you need to save, but let’s figure out how much to save for retirement. Hare 6 easy ways to figure out the right number for you.
We hear a lot of horror stories these days about people saving too little, but the fact is that some people are actually saving too much for retirement. It is possible to have too much of a good thing… It’s safe to say that my grandfather is one who saved too much because even though…
Over saving is by design by some and a mistake for others. Get advice for what to do if you think you are over saving from people who know.
Catch up contributions are the IRS’s way of making it easier for savers age 50 and up to tuck away enough retirement savings.
What is a recession? The good news? Well, recession isn’t always so bad and you probably won’t know are in one until after it’s over.
Bloomberg’s Eric Balchunas discusses his new book (The Bogle Effect), ETFs, the future of financial advice, and more.
Roth conversions are a hot topic. Let’s make sure that the basics are covered: Find out what they are, how they work, and when or how to use them.
Impact investing – sounds exciting, but should it be for retirement? Find out if it is a good idea to support a cause with retirement funds?
Here are 28 retirement investing tips from today’s greatest financial minds. Just one of these lessons might make your dream retirement a reality.
Retiring before 59.5? Discover how to make penalty free withdrawals from your retirement accounts to help fund your early retirement.
No one has a crystal ball, but leading economic indicators as well as unusual and personal economic indicators can help you assess the future and assist in financial decision making and planning.
18 practical retirement income strategies: See what experts recommend and decide how to create a plan for your own lifetime wealth.
Understand the basics of the federal debt ceiling and how to prepare for the X date and the financial fallout that may follow.
Professor Malkiel discusses the latest edition of his legendary book and some of the biggest lessons from his own life.
Learn about 8 options for investing in real estate for retirement. Explore the pros and cons and discover which one is right for you. Read now…
See the impact of new 2023 and 2033 RMD ages on your projected retirement plans. Your taxes, income, and Roth strategies may have changed.
There are big retirement planning changes with passage of the Omnibus Spending Bill, including the SECURE Act 2.0. See how you are impacted.
(QCDs) are a way to help great causes and those in need, but they are also a way to manage your tax exposure and avoid unpleasant surprises.
Are RMDs desired income or a cost? Either way, preserve wealth with these 6 strategies for minimizing taxes on your withdrawals.
Doing a Roth conversion — also known as a “backdoor Roth IRA” – is perhaps still appealing in 2023. Why? Low 2023 tax rates. What is a Roth Conversion? Backdoor IRA? A Roth Conversion is when you convert money that you have in a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA. This is sometimes called a…
Millionaires are nearly as worried as average savers about their retirement. Find out why.
Too good to be true? Explore 15 pros and cons of dividend stocks. Good for retirement income, but also expensive, confusing, and risky.
Worried about money? You’re probably in better shape than average! Compare your balance to the average cash, savings, home equity of others.
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