The top 4 responses from all bracket participants were: 1. Live within your means; 2. Start saving early; 3. Rein in debt, and 4. Use credit responsibly.
Consumers tend to think of investment professionals when they think of money management, but there’s more to managing your personal wealth than putting together an investment strategy aligned with your life goals and financial needs.
So-called “robo-advisers” that can provide investment advice with low AUM fees and low account minimums.
In this podcast, get advice on whether renting or homeownership is better for you.
Considering health care costs, a long-term care strategy and managing longevity risk, the goal of not running out of retirement income requires a lot of financial planning.
This bracket exercise is that it forces consumers to consider a lot of different financial planning practices rather than just looking at investments, taxes, credit and spending.
What I’m not sure if we should admire Read for the size of his estate or feel sorry for him because he didn’t use his wealth during his lifetime for life goals.
Waiting until at least full retirement age gives you a full benefit and some options you don’t have by filing early.
More couples are remarrying, resulting in unique financial planning challenges.
You’ll need a retirement plan that’s flexible as you age. A financial adviser can help.