Category: Retirement Investing

5 Steps to Catch Up on Your 401k

catch up on 401k

You’ve worked hard for your money, but if you’re like most people, you haven’t saved enough to live on in retirement. After all, amidst the hustle and bustle of work and daily life, it’s easy to fall behind on your retirement saving. However, there are strategies to fix up your savings and start planning for…

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What is a Lifecycle Fund? The Great Retirement Simplifier

what is a lifecycle fund

Everywhere you look, you probably have people telling you that you need to start planning for retirement. Your parents, your friends, even TV ads – all of them stressing the importance of building a stable financial future for yourself. But how can you possibly add managing your retirement investments to the list of responsibilities you’re…

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Money Magic: What is Compounding

what is compounding

Whether through student loans, investments, or your savings account, you’ve surely been hearing about the importance of managing interest. There are several different types of interest, but for anyone looking to make the most out of their investments and improve their financial situation, knowing the basics of compound interest is a must. So, what is…

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Dividend Growth Investing in 2021

dividend growth investing

The stock market is a tricky place to navigate. There are countless ways to invest, and it can be difficult to know which strategy will work best for you. One of the most popular strategies is dividend growth investing. This blog post will help you understand how dividend stocks work and why they’re the key…

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5 Ways to Invest $1,000

We have an important announcement to make: You do not have to be a millionaire to start investing!!! You don’t even have to be a $10,000-aire to start investing!!!  Okay, so that’s not a word, but the point is still true. It’s easy to think of investing as something only rich people do, but it’s…

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Bull vs Bear Markets

bull vs bear market

Lions and tigers and bears… and bulls? Is that the saying?  Hmm, don’t think so. So, how are these two animals related? While I would like to tell you that today’s discussion is all about some cute (if not varying degrees of scary) animals, that wouldn’t be super relevant to our financial education, now would…

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