June 1, 2020

“How do I invest the extra cash I have in the bank?” is a common question for people who find themselves with more discretionary cash flow. This could be the result of increasing income due to career advancement, recently paying off student loans, or becoming an empty-...

September 8, 2015

Getting started as an investor may seem daunting when just starting out after college with student loan debt and bills piling up.  There can be a tug-of-war between saving for short-term emergencies versus repaying student loan debt versus paying your monthly bills and...

January 7, 2015

People with high income and/or who max out their 401k plan early in the year could be missing out on free employer matching contributions.

Most employers match employee contributions each paycheck throughout the year.  For example, assume you earn $10,000 per month and...

June 1, 2010

Among sponsors of 401(k) plans, overall satisfaction with retirement plans is down 30% to 40%, according to the recent 401kExchange 2009 Provider Rating Report. 

Most Americans are not prepared for retirement and their company sponsored retirement plan is typically the...

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