It’s a question anyone that’s serious about investing for retirement has asked themselves a thousand times: how much do I need to retire? Savers often…
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The housing market is slowing down. Higher interest rates and sky-high prices have curbed housing demand, and we’ve seen purchase applications and…
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One of our favorite annual shows is our Net Worth By Age series (you can watch the latest edition, from earlier this year, below). Although comparison…
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The S&P 500 recently entered into bear market territory, and is currently a little over 20% down from all-time highs. Everyone understandably wants to…
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If you don’t already own a home, it may seem more difficult than ever to purchase one. In less than two years, home prices, illustrated on the chart…
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The S&P 500 is down nearly 15% year-to-date, the economy unexpectedly shrank last quarter, and financial experts say there is a 70% chance of a…
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Stagflation is when a country experiences a stagnant economy and high inflation, typically accompanied by high unemployment. The word “stagflation” can…
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Triple tax advantaged Health Savings Accounts, or HSAs, can be one of your most powerful retirement savings vehicles, but not many Americans know how to…
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You’ve Got Questions, I’ve Got Tumblers!The Federal Reserve is ready to move faster on interest rates, the U.S. economy unexpectedly shrank last quarter, and Elon Musk will likely buy …
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Once you enter retirement, you may not spend as much as you did while you were working. Even if you spend the same amount as you did while working, you…
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Target date retirement funds, in particular target date index funds, can be a great set-it-and-forget-it investment option for younger investors or…
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Inflation has been on everyone’s mind recently, whether you’re in the financial world or not. The consumer price index (CPI) is up 7.9% over the last…
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