Personal finance can be stressful! Many people begin their professional careers without a basic understanding of numerous helpful financial basics, including the definition of compound interest, or the difference between a Roth IRA and a 401K (or why they need either of them). Learn how we simplify the jargon into the essential concepts you need to know.
Congratulations, you’ve decided to work with a professional to manage your assets! You start your search for local financial advisors, but you see a confusing array of qualifications such as IAR, PFS, RIA, IA, CFS, and CFP™. Which credentials guarantee the competence of a financial advisor?
Thanks to several important federal regulations, most investors planning and saving for retirement in the U.S. can rest assured that their company retirement account is being managed in an ethical and prudent manner. In this post, we summarize the landmark law from 1974 that has such important implications today, and we discuss our continuing commitment to the higher values of the fiduciary rule.
It’s not as hard as it sounds. For many people, the million-dollar mark is a goal that represents security and peace of mind. Apply the tips in this guide, and you’ll be well on your way to make your million in retirement savings.