Betterment.com announced today that they will be lowering their fees substantially, across the board, as well as opening IRA investments to all users of the site.
An estimated 13.4% of adult children ages 24 to 35 are living at home with their parents. When should parents stop paying for their grown children’s expenses?
The 401(k) often has an option where you can take out a loan and pay yourself interest. There are risks to be aware of, however, when taking out a 401(k) loan.
The 401(k) account contribution limits went up this year. Have you increased your contribution amount to take advantage of the extra amount?
If you’re leaving an old job you might need to think about rolling over a 401(k) plan into a new IRA. Here’s how to go about doing that.
What if you were to think a bit differently about retirement and invest for cash flow versus investing for appreciation. Here’s a look.
My Lending Club returns continued improving despite my account having it’s first charged off loan.
If you are one of the 30 percent of Americans who are almost at retirement age with no savings to speak of, it’s time to act.
It is important to know the rules of of an inherited Roth IRA because it can trigger both estate taxes and income taxes.
Peer to peer lending promises to give good returns, but it can be a complicated topic. Here are some educational resources to get your started.
Lending Club has been having another banner year this year, reaching 400 million in loan originations. My returns now top 11%.
In the past when looking at the 401(k) account type and the rules associated with it, one thing I’ve talked about is how I’ve avoided contributing to my 401k because my company has never really done matching contributions. (If your company does match contributions, by the way, I’d highly recommend taking part as it can […]
What are the 2012 Roth IRA rule changes for contribution limits, phaseouts, and Roth IRA conversions? Here are a look at the highlights.
One of the most popular rules of retirement is that you’ll need about 75 – 80% of your income prior to retirement, an average of 80%, to maintain your lifestyle in retirement. Perhaps this is true for some people. For most new retirees, however, following this rule is not going to give them enough money […]