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Social Security is an important source of retirement income for millions of Americans, but how much do you know about this program?
How can you save for retirement even if you don't have a 401(k) plan?
A company’s 401(k) plan is a great savings tool. An employer’s 401(k) plan that offers a match can jumpstart your savings. Having a savings plan at work makes it easier to stay committed to saving money on a regular basis.
Saving money is always a challenge. The first step to setting up a savings program is to find out how you are currently spending your money. To start, I would encourage you to use Quicken ormint.com which will help you get a better handle on where your money is going.
Many people have 401(k) plan accounts from previous employers and they are not sure whether they should roll these funds over to their new employer’s 401(k) plan or to rollover these funds to an IRA account.
Over the last few years, we have seen a dramatic rise in fraudulent email requests to take funds out of our client’s accounts.
This type of fraud used to be easy to pick out.
There are many myths in Financial Planning.
My personal favorite is the myth that the Last Will and Testament overrides your beneficiary assignments.
Often a client will go to the effort of meeting with an attorney and drawing up a perfectly adequate Last Will and Testament only to have it un
What to Consider when Buying a Home
For millennials, the decision of whether to buy has never been harder. Many millennials are in a financially weak position because of the aftermath of the Credit Crisis and student loan debt.
Saving money is one of the hardest things to do for most people. I find automatic savings programs are a great way to help people to reach their savings goals and make managing their cash flow less chaotic as well..
Every parent feels nothing but guilt as they get closer to sending their children to college and it's that guilt that causes people to make a financial blunders. I am sure you have heard the old saying, you can always borrow money to go to college but you can never borrow money to retire.
Here are a few of the big mistakes that I have seen:
All parents struggle to find the funds to send their children to college. Clients often ask us for help on this topic.