In This Video: Investing strategies change over time depending on your needs and where you are in life. As you begin to approach that retirement
Subscribe With Your Favorite App Show Notes Today’s episode will be all about your questions as we dive into our mailbag to cover three different
When the stock market drops, that can be a pretty scary feeling for some. That emotion is tied into risk and it’s important that you understand how much investment risk you’re taking on. Let’s talk about ways you can determine your risk level, strategies to help reduce risk without reducing opportunity, and what it could all mean for your retirement savings.
Are savings bonds making a comeback? This conservative investment option has found new life this year thanks to an interest rate that’s approaching 10%. Should you be moving money into these government-issued iBonds as soon as possible? We’ll give you all the details on these bonds and make sure you’re aware of all of the fine print.
What does the transition into retirement look like? On today’s episode, Jim Manning will share his retirement story and the lessons he’s learned along the way.
There’s no better time than the present to remind ourselves of some good investing fundamentals and themes that we see in the market. Right now, your emotions might be high due to the market being down, but we’ll explain how to handle the rollercoaster ride.
Are we headed into a recession? That’s the question that’s on a lot of minds. On today’s show we’re going to make sure a recession doesn’t ruin your finances or retirement plans. We’ll also welcome retiree and investor Jim Manning to the show so he can ask questions, which are probably the same questions you have.
As the year winds down, we help our clients with a checklist of items to get them prepared for the new year. One very important area to take a close look at is your 401(k) contributions. What can you do to improve your retirement account next year? Today we’ll share five tips to help you get the most out of your 401(k).
We are opening up the mailbag today. George wants to know how much risk he should take with his investments and Robert wonders which Roth – 401k or IRA – is better? We’ll also discuss the best way to help your parents with their investments and whether it’s smart to take Social Security early.