I am not going to bury the lead: "short-term" does not apply to your long-term investment goals. While everyone has different ideas and goals for those long term assets, it shouldn't matter if you are 5 years or 35 years away, your investment allocation should already be set appropriately for that time horizon. But, oh, … Continue reading Fighting short term jitters
Take a short timeout before summer is over to consider retirement savings.
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One of the steps in the financial planning process for my clients is to create their account on the official Social Security website and learn what their estimated benefits are based on their reported work record. I know they send out the annual statements, but sometimes we move, and the Social Security administration doesn't catch … Continue reading Social Security: What’s your number?
I spend quite a lot of time on this blog talking about saving for retirement. However, until today, I haven't spent any time clarifying WHERE to put that savings. What exactly is a retirement account? Where does one find these accounts to use for that retirement savings? How do I choose if I have more … Continue reading Retirement Savings Accounts