Fifty years ago, it wasn’t at all unusual for an individual to work his or her entire adult life for the same company. Today, however, by the time they reach age 50, the average baby boomer will have held nearly twelve different jobs.1 As a result, many people find themselves juggling multiple legacy retirement accounts that they’ve maintained at previous employers.
There are lessons we could all learn about managing a portfolio-regardless of whether you’re an old pro at it or a total newbie. Take these six common mistakes that even experienced investors tend to make.
In 2014, Americans gave more than $358 billion to charity with nearly three-quarters of that amount coming directly from individuals. And while much of these donations come in the form of direct cash gifts, more and more individuals are turning to planned giving vehicles as a way to better manage their charity.
We know that managing your money can sometimes make you feel like you are learning a foreign language. So we compiled a handy glossary of must-know money terms that affect all aspects of your financial life.
Section 529 plans can be a great way to save for college--in many cases, the best way--but they're not the only way. When you're investing for a major goal like education, it makes sense to be familiar with all of your options.
If the idea of retirement leaves you filled with stress over money, now may be the time to take charge. Every situation is different, so be sure to speak to a qualified financial advisor about your options.