Time in the Market: More Important than Timing the Market
Despite watching the market rise, the bigger issue with transitioning your portfolio to cash is that, when trying to time the markets, you must be right
Comparing a 10% Tithe to a 1% Account Fee: Which Will Cost You More?
You may be surprised which will cost you more over the long run. Donating 10 percent of your income or paying a 1% management fee on your investments.
These Common Mistakes Can Derail Your Portfolio
The roller coaster of the stock market makes for a lot of adrenaline, euphoria and fear â€“ a recipe for bad decisions.
Holidays Highlight Need for Ample Liability Insurance
An unexpected situation could put you at risk of landing in court. An umbrella policy can protect your finances in case of a big lawsuit.
You're Probably Overlooking Some 2016 Deductions
Deduct every charitable contribution, donate stocks, harvest tax losses, boost retirement plan contributions, and more.
Mortgage Strategy: Your Goals and Today's Low Rates Determine Optimal Mortgage
What do you want your mortgage to accomplish? Thatâ€™s the first question you should ask yourself when taking out or refinancing a mortgage.
Buying New Car Beats Leasing, With One Big Exception
Buying a new car and financing the purchase beats leasing â€“ unless you plan to trade in your car after a few years. The longer you own your car, the more youâ€™ll save buying versus leasing.
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