Impulsive moves could breed tomorrow’s regrets. When emotions and money intersect, the effects can be financially injurious. Emotions can cause us to overreact – or not act at all when we should.
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If you’re wondering about how the Government’s $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package, and the CARES Act, is going to affect your retirement account, then you’re going to want to watch the rest of this video.
Conventional wisdom says that what goes up, must come down. But even if you view market volatility as a normal occurrence, it can be tough to weather the storm when your money is at stake.
You may have been told that there is a difference between good and bad debt. Depending on your money philosophy, you may think that all debt is bad debt or that some debt is normal.
Stephen: If you want to know more about what’s going on in the stock market right now, and why it’s been a little bit frightening lately, then you’re going to want to watch the rest of this video.
For many married couples, filing a joint tax return is a good idea, but there are exceptions. Over 90% of married couples file a joint federal tax return, but it’s still a good idea to evaluate if filing jointly is the most advantageous option for your family.
In this episode of The Smart Money Show Stephen Rischall, CFP® and Neal Frankle, CFP® discuss how the recent COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak is similar to other major health events and market shocks we’ve seen in the past.