I have great news for anyone born in 1969! The IRS has modified their retirement savings guidelines. But, many will find out too late.
I was just walking through Towson University watching students go back and forth to class and it got me thinking,
Two of the best personal credit cards right now are from American Express and Chase Sapphire. As more and more
Have you ever wondered how you can pay off your mortgage early? Many corporate CFOs have been positioning their companies
I recently finished up Robert Kiyosaki’s 2015 book Second Chance. I always gobble up his books whenever I read them.
Ever wonder what the government thinks is your life expectancy? For financial planning, one of the key determinants of success
In 2018, volatility returned to the markets after a roughly two-year absence. Questions are beginning to creep into investors minds.
What are normal stock market returns? This is a question I get from almost every new client I interact with…and almost everyone has a different opinion. Lots of the time it has to do with either the recent past experience or something they read a long time ago. Should we use long-term average returns? Should we use the returns over the last five years and extrapolate those?
We are fast approaching the Summer vacation season. As we all get excited about where we might go, it’s important
I just read a great article by Michelle Woo at Life Hacker on college rejection letters. It’s the time of