Everyone knows “what” they want, but when it comes to the “how,” we’re often at a loss. Whether it’s simply providing financially for your family without worry, your first home, or even a luxury trip, your dreams don’t have to hang out of reach.
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Despite a massive “second wave” of COVID-19 cases in the 4th quarter, the stock market finished the year at an all-time high as vaccines began to be distributed globally.
We all want to retire comfortably. But for some, saving for your children’s college education and saving for retirement at the same time can be a real challenge.
As a business owner, you’re going to have to decide when the right time will be to step away from the family business and how you’ll do it.
Will your heirs receive a fair share of your wealth? Will your invested assets go where you want them to when you die?
Employers can offer 401(k) plan participants the opportunity to make Roth 401(k) contributions. If you’re lucky enough to work for an employer that offers this option, Roth contributions could play an essential role in maximizing your retirement income.
When developing your estate plan, you can do well by doing good—leaving money to charity rewards you in many ways.
Stephen: Welcome back and thanks for tuning in to another episode of the smart money show. Today we’re going to talk about the things that should be on your year-end Financial checklist.
Employer-sponsored qualified retirement plans such as 401(k)s are some of the most powerful retirement savings tools available. They offer tax benefits, and some employers match their employees’ contributions.
Young adults and those making less money are hardest hit by the pandemic. The United States Census Bureau has been collecting data in as close to real-time as possible in order to provide empirical insights into how Americans are really doing during COVID-19.