Some people retire at first opportunity, only to wish they had waited longer. Your financial strategy likely considers normal financial ups and downs. That said, a big "what if" on your mind might be "what if I retire in a down time that doesn’t swing back upward in a year or two?"
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If you haven't started saving and investing, you can do so now. It doesn't take a huge lump sum to begin.
Cash flow is an essential element of financial planning that can help you defend your castle against unexpected expenses, coffer-raiding or overspending.
For many, Guided Wealth Portfolios (GWP)—the digital investment platform commonly referred to as “robo-advising”—is a new and exciting way to invest.
Some notable developments are about to impact 401(k) plans. They follow a major change that became effective in 2018.
This year, Social Security will give seniors their largest "raise" since 2012. In view of inflation, the Social Security Administration has authorized a 2.8% increase for retirement benefits in 2019.