Some financial planning experts believe retirement could be the longest phase of your life. Whether it is or not, all experts would agree retirement planning is important. But there are a few common retirement planning mistakes that many people make that you could easily avoid.
Socially responsible investing (SRI) is an investment strategy that gives the individual options to allocate capital towards companies whose practices align with their personal beliefs and values, and exclude companies that are not congruent with their social, moral, environmental, political, and/or religious beliefs.
Some people just aren’t financially savvy. Instead of calling an expert for investment advice, they try to figure it out on their own. This is never a good idea. See below for the most common investment mistakes to avoid. Learn from others’ failures and don’t fall into these traps!
Let’s say someone recently passed away and left you a significant amount of money. Would you know how to manage the inheritance? Whether your answer is yes or no, you need to read more.
Target-date funds work well in certain situations. But under different circumstances, there may be better alternatives. Learn when target-date funds are a good idea.
A common question in the financial planning world is: which is better for beneficiaries an inheritance or a trust? The best answer is that it depends on the situation. Read on to learn more. Then you can decide what will work best for you.
Financially successful people have one standout quality in common: their financial success is a state of mind. Not ‘starts with’ a state of mind, then depends upon luck. It is a state of mind that is rather easy to establish, takes a bit of training and soon grows into a natural way of life.
If you follow financial industry information, you may have read that it’s best to reduce risk in your portfolio as you near retirement. That’s a very valid concern. And the advice is generally true. But there is another way to reduce risk and still achieve your long-term goals.