If you know what mistakes tend to drain retirement savings, you can take caution, make more informed decisions, and stay on track to fund your dream retirement.
How often do you set new financial goals? How often do you achieve them? Most of us aren’t very successful with our goals, even when we have the best intentions and strong willpower.1 Sometimes, that’s because we’re setting unattainable goals. Other times, we’re missing the big picture and setting our goals with blinders on.
Goal-setting. It's the bread and butter of success across so many domains. But are you only scratching the surface? Dive deeper. A financial professional doesn't just help connect the dots; they can help you reveal additional possibilities you hadn’t even considered! Let's explore why.
Noticing signs of decline in our loved ones is always hard, and making care decisions for them often feels even harder. While it's impossible to make the process entirely painless, the following guidance should be useful on your journey.
You can’t control everything when you travel. But you can control what you know, how you get ready to get away, and what you do while you’re vacationing. And if you know these common travel mistakes, you’ll be much better prepared to get away and make it a truly great experience.
Many of us have experienced the cost of financial literacy gaps at one point or another. And if you’re like most folks, the gaps in your financial literacy probably cost you at least $500 last year alone. 1 Think of it as a type of financial illiteracy tax. However, there is good news: you do NOT have to keep paying it year after year. The more you brush up on your financial knowledge, the better...
Feel overwhelmed by tax documents? Staying organized may help reduce your tax season stress.
From retirement savings to living abroad, here are some of our commonly asked questions.
If you’re in your 50s and haven’t done much to save for retirement, you still have time.
With a few small changes to your holiday spending habits, you may cut back on end-of-year financial stress.
Are you making one of these common financial mistakes? Here are some steps to consider.
The 2023 Medicare changes are here, and for the first time in several years, some premiums are lower.