What happens to the money in your company retirement account when you leave your job? Does it have to stay there? Do you lose any
The best IRA accounts aim to give the customer great investing options and low fees over a long-term horizon. Now is the best time to
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Over the last week or two, as is always the case when the stock market dips a little, people write to me and ask whether
There are a lot of investment decisions you could spend time worrying about, but there’s only one that really matters: How much you save is more
You should really start investing right now. It doesn’t matter how much money you have. It doesn’t matter how old you are. It doesn’t matter
Right now, Sarah and I are planning to have early retirement fully on the table approximately two years after our youngest child enters college. At
Diversification is a word you’ll hear a lot as you read about various investment strategies, and though it sounds fancy it’s actually a pretty simple
As a recent Vanguard study showed, men have approximately 50% more money saved for retirement than women. Shocked and saddened by this, I wanted to
What’s the right way to invest? Most people I talk to about money end up asking me some version of that question. Heck, I continue
Everyone’s heard that investing can be a great way to grow your money over the long-term. But if you’re new to investing, it’s easy to feel
I recently came across a wonderful document published by the CFA Institute entitled Tips for Avoiding the Top 20 Common Investment Mistakes. (The CFA Institute
If you’ve done any research into saving for retirement, you’ve almost certainly heard of the most commonly recommended retirement accounts: The 401(k). The traditional IRA.
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Have you ever been in a meaningful relationship with another person? It could be a friend. Or a parent. Or a sibling. Or a significant
“If you’re renting, you’re just throwing your money away.” No doubt you’ve heard this oversimplification many places. Of course, a decision about whether to rent
I am 28, and my sister is 19. That kind of age gap presents positives and negatives. One clear positive for me is that I