The projected costs for college in 18 years can be very intimidating...but there are ways to prepare for it. Just knowing the possible sticker price gives you the power to prepare! Without preparation, your retirement plan could be significantly impacted. The table below shows the impact on your retirement of a) financing college costs vs. b) starting your savings plan early. … [Read more...] about New parents: This is how much college will cost in 18 years
U.S. Stocks plunged last Friday and the sell off continued Monday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average suffering a 1175 point drop - its biggest one-day point drop in history. The market gave back its 2018 gains with a flash-crash-style drop, before a late rally and partial recovery on Tuesday. This roller coaster week has investors itching to make big changes in their … [Read more...] about Stock Market Sell-Offs and Your Retirement Plan
House Speaker Ryan is a passionate guy; check out a clip from his speech yesterday: CLICK HERE! Lots of talk about the new tax reform bill, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which will soon to be signed into law by President Trump. If you are an investor and have a retirement account, chances are you have already benefited from tax reform with the stock market rally in 2017. … [Read more...] about Will you save money with tax reform?
Answer: Probably not. You can't turn on the news without hearing about how much Bitcoin increased or decreased today. But is Bitcoin in a bubble? Who really knows? We do know that all the news attention can spark the emotion of FOMO (fear of missing out = a pervasive apprehension that others might be having rewarding experiences from which one is absent) Chances … [Read more...] about Is Bitcoin part of a Retirement Strategy?