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For generations, workers have had a clear-cut career path that ended with retirement. But the world has changed dramatically in recent years, and you may now find yourself with the opportunity to reprioritize and repackage how work fits into your life.
Leap Day, occurring once every four years on February 29th, serves to align our calendar with the Earth’s orbit around the sun. Despite its rarity, its impact on the economy is minimal, with debates arising over whether salaried employees work “for free” on this additional day.
If you split your time between a high-tax state and a low-tax state, one common question is, “Can I change my residency to save money on taxes?” The answer is – it depends.
In the face of life’s uncertainties, envisioning your retirement future can be daunting. Questions about financial security linger—will your funds last, and will you have all you need? The journey to confidence begins with action today.
While inflation holds significant importance within the Fed’s dual mandate, which prioritizes maximum employment and price stability, it does not stand alone in the Fed’s considerations. The Federal Reserve also monitors four other crucial economic sectors that provide valuable insights into the economy’s overall well-being and may impact the timing of monetary policy adjustments.
Are you confused by all those letters after your advisor’s name? Hundreds of financial designations exist around the world. When researching advisors, it’s important to understand what those letters mean.
While many fiduciary mistakes stem from unintentional actions or even good intentions, they can lead to complications later on. Here are some typical errors associated with overseeing a company’s retirement plan.
Getting on the same financial page often takes ongoing work as a couple. Here are seven tips to help you and your spouse or partner get – and stay – on the same page about money.
For many plan sponsors, navigating the complexities of fiduciary duties and investment management can be daunting. This is where understanding fiduciary roles can make a world of difference.
Loud budgeting is a social media trend that helps you to be open about your financial goals and how you’re spending money so others can help keep you accountable. But what many don’t realize is that loud budgeting is already a standard part of financial planning called an “expense needs analysis.”
Making financial preparations for retirement can seem overwhelming, especially with the amount of information available to help you with this task. It can be difficult to figure out whose advice you should follow and what strategies would best align with your financial goals.
You might have a professional relationship with a financial advisor – one who is supposedly looking out for your best interests and helping you work toward your personal and financial goals. How is that relationship going for you?