Are you – or someone you know – overpaying for financial advice? Or maybe you’ve been looking for an online course to walk you through completing your own detailed financial plan? Check out my review of the White Coat Investors new online course.
When a technology comes around that looks like it will change the word, investors go crazy. But history shows it will likely be unprofitable.
My investments are boring – and I like it that way. Why? A simple, straightforward, basic approach to investing suits me, my life, and my money very well. Come learn about my journey to boredom and why you may want to be boring too.
When discussing financial independence, or saving for goals, oftentimes we’re hyper-focused on saving for ourselves or our kids. But many people pursue financial independence also have goals with a higher purpose in mind. They may wish to leave a legacy in this world, and provide generous contributions to worthy causes. Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, and […]
Financial rules of thumb-love them, hate them, or it’s complicated? Today I explore the reaction on Twitter to Fidelity’s financial rules of thumb for retirement, and poll my readers on their thoughts. Let me know what you think!
ROTH IRA’s are often painted as a perfect investment vehicle. You put in money after-tax, let it grow, withdraw it tax-free: what’s not to like? But there are times a ROTH is not the best investment option for you. In today’s post, we’ll learn all about the ugly parts of a ROTH.