Earning compound interest can make you money. Potentially it can make you a lot of money. Today we’ll show you two examples of how you can benefit from compounded returns. This is part 2 of our Compound Interest Series. Part 1: Paying Compound Interest, can be found here. Watch: Earning Compound Interest https://youtu.be/wJIyLiW3_Vc Please be […]Continue reading
Do You Need A Million Dollars to Retire?
For some reason, people are fixated on this big round number. Some people will need at least that much if not more. Others will be able to make it work with less—sometimes much less.
We’ll talk about the factors which determine the answer to the “how much” question. And we’ll give you a brief example of how much income a $1,000,000 nest egg can provide.
The Social Security cost of living adjustment, or COLA, is designed to help retirees combat inflation. The SSA recently announced the improvement for 2020. Spoiler alert: This is an ice cold COLA. Video: An Ice Cold COLA Each Episode of Monday Morning Money is also broadcast on Local Radio, WMOA (1490 AM and 101.3 FM). You […]Continue reading
When preparing for retirement, where do you start? That is a question submitted by Tony. Today, on Monday Morning Money we’ll answer it. Video: Answering A Reader Question, Where Do You Start? Each Episode of Monday Morning Money is also broadcast on Local Radio, WMOA (1490 AM and 101.3 FM). You can hear it at 11:07 every […]Continue reading
People are living longer. This creates bigger challenges for your nest egg. Video: People are Living Longer Each Episode of Monday Morning Money is also broadcast on Local Radio, WMOA (1490 AM and 101.3 FM). You can hear it at 11:07 every Monday. In addition, you can also hear this episode on our YouTube Channel. Please […]Continue reading
On any given day, a headline—or even a tweet—can move the stock market. And sometimes those moves are extreme. But what really drives stock prices over the long-term? Spoiler alert: Earnings matter. In this episode we discuss: Do Presidential tweets move the market? There is a lot of noise, but over time, profits drive the […]Continue reading
Nearly Half of Americans say running out of money is their primary concern. So, why do people run out of money during retirement? In this episode we will discuss: There is almost never just one singular reason, it is a combination of factors. A major stock market decline is one factor, but it takes more […]Continue reading
As the stock market and the economy have continued to chug along, we felt it was time for a more conservative approach. Today we talk about some of the steps we are taking to reduce investment risk for our clients. What’s Happening Now: A More Conservative Approach (4:36) What’s On Your Mind? Do you have […]Continue reading
The Social Security Trust Fund is projected to run out of money by 2035. It means fixing Social Security is now a hot topic. We’ll share two proposed ideas on this episode of Monday Morning Money. Video: Fixing Social Security Plan for A Better Retirement We created Monday Morning Money with one goal in mind—give […]Continue reading
What’s the worst month for stocks? The answer may surprise you. It did me. We’ll spend the next two minutes talking about it and why it matters. Here’s a hint, it has to do with the upcoming Federal Reserve meeting. This is What’s Happening Now. Podcast: What’s Happening Now: What’s the Worst Month For Stocks? (2:26) […]Continue reading