A financial planner says there's a simple way to figure out if you're saving enough for retirement, no matter your age
To figure out if you're on track for retirement, start by taking stock of your current assets and creating a plan to reach your goal.
A financial planner explains how to choose between a Traditional or Roth 401(k) to save for retirement
The employer-sponsored 401(k) is a valuable retirement savings tool that comes in two types: Traditional and Roth. Here's how to pick the right one.
In this week's "Ask a Financial Planner" column, we answer a question from a reader in Seattle: "My grandparents gave me $50,000, how do I invest it?"
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I'm a financial planner, and I've been giving my clients the same advice over and over throughout the pandemic
Financial planner Natalie Taylor says planning for the future — even when things are uncertain — can help you stay motivated and make decisions.
To find the best online financial advisors, we looked at factors like fees, minimum balance requirements, accessibility, and what services are offered.
A financial planner shares the simple strategy she uses to help everyday Americans retire as millionaires
Start by knowing your net worth, then pay down debts, save monthly, keep your bills within your means, and set up a retirement fund.
Financial planner Anthony Carlton says his richest clients are teachers and other unassuming professionals who have good money habits.
It can be gut-wrenching to see the value of your investments drop, but a down market is a good time to add more to your investment accounts.
A financial planner says his wealthiest clients invest in themselves and avoid lifestyle creep, and they simplify their everyday routines.
When you get a raise at work, that money can be used to help you pay off debt, build wealth in the long term, and convince you to plan ahead.
Keeping a home you can't afford, taking the wrong assets and relying solely on alimony are mistakes that can affect your long-term financial goals.
Costs like labor and delivery, and short-term disability if you have pregnancy complications, can sneak up on you if you're not prepared.
Financial planners wish millennials would stop fearing the stock market, and relying too much on Roth retirement accounts.
This financial planner's rich clients have a financial plan and stick to it, and are always looking for ways to reduce their overall taxes.
In the latest issue of Personal Finance Insider: "The Psychology of Money" helps us understand why it's hard, but important, to be optimistic.
Purchasing assets you can't maintain, investing in one place, and sitting on the cash are some of the worst things you can do with your inheritance.
Working with a financial planner in your 20s could help you get on track with retirement savings early, and help you chart a path to your goals.
A financial planner explains how to budget for unexpected expenses, like a medical emergency or holiday travel
Some expenses are unexpected, while others are simply overlooked. In either case, there's a way to budget for irregular expenses.
Why life insurance plays a key role in closing the racial wealth gap, according to a financial advisor
Life insurance can build wealth and leave a legacy for the Black community. Education and financial planners of color are key.