Let’s talk about some of the areas where people get out of tune, financially speaking. There are several main areas people struggle with.
Villains in the movies are usually pretty easy to identify, but villains in the financial world aren’t always so easy to identify. Here’s how to recognize them.
Are you an emotional spender or someone who loves to do research before making a purchase? No matter how you spend money, it’s helpful to know your personality type so you can best plan for retirement.
In honor of all the wonderful mothers, let’s take some of their favorite sayings and apply them to financial planning.
Are you making assumptions about your retirement and what it will look like? Mark breaks down some of the expectations people have and where you can go wrong.
Most people don't know what types of risk they should guard against in their finan-cial planning. We break down five risks and how to address them. Plus, Mark an-swers your mailbag questions.
Everyone gets tripped up by mistakes in retirement planning and sometimes they’re unavoidable. But many times we see pre-retirees make bad decisions that hurt their financial future and they could have steered clear of these with a little assistance. Let’s look at the classic mistakes that we see before answering a few mailbag questions.
Financial lessons can be found everywhere you look, even on The Weather Channel. Today we’re taking four common weather terms and finding the equivalent in retirement planning.