Why You Need to Continue Financial Planning after You Retire

When people consider their finances, the most common things they focus on are saving for retirement, maximizing their current finances, saving for major purchases, and paying down debt. But there is an additional area of financial planning that tends to be overlooked: post-retirement financial planning. Many people see retirement planning as a process that ends […]

Self Employed? You Need to Know about Your Retirement Advantage

When it comes to retirement, most Americans today have some form of defined-contribution plan for their retirement, typically through their employer. The most popular retirement plan today is probably a traditional 401(k) plan. Self-employed Americans, on the other hand, don’t have an employer to sponsor a retirement plan for them. In some cases, they may […]

Important Points You Should Know about Roth IRAs

Nowadays, most people cannot count on Social Security to provide enough income during their retirement years. They will need to think strategically about the types of accounts they will need once they retire and make sure they set themselves up for financial security. The tax-advantaged retirement accounts generally come in two different setups. The traditional account, such […]

Getting Started with Financial Planning, No Matter How Much Money You Have

Though many people consider financial planning as something only necessary for those with a substantial amount of wealth, the truth is that anyone can benefit from a good financial plan. Financial plans are a way to secure your financial future, build wealth, and afford large purchases or emergencies without going into debt. You don’t need to be […]

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