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A man who left work 10 years ago says a single meeting with a financial planner made retirement ‘so much better’
The retiree said meeting with a fee-only financial planner quelled one of his biggest fears: that he's going to run out of money in retirement.
If you have a job earning income, then you probably need some amount of disability insurance to protect your ability to generate positive cash flow.
I’m a financial adviser with $2.5 million of life insurance, and every cent of it is the same kind for a reason
Because of the amount of coverage I need, and what it would cost for an equivalent amount of whole life insurance, term is the right choice for me.
Hiring a financial planner isn't cheap, so you need to understand how to get the best return possible from that relationship.
Brent Sutherland, CFP, says real estate can diversify your income, produce near-immediate results, and help you become financially independent sooner.
Most financial advisers fall under the suitability standard, and that's bad news if you want someone working in your best interest.
People who work with a financial adviser are more likely to report happiness, confidence, and stability in their financial and personal lives.
A financial planner says there’s a ‘huge opportunity’ to build wealth during a recession, but there’s still one reason to cons...
The stock market is not the best place to keep money for short-term goals if you're worried about a recession, says Lauren Anastasio, a CFP at SoFi.
A financial planner says the 3-step ‘debt fireball’ is the best way to balance paying off debt and saving money
If you have debt, focus on paying off the highest interest rate balances first, then funnel money into your savings goals, says Lauren Anastasio, CFP.
A financial planner says there’s a ‘huge opportunity’ for new investors to make money during a recession, as long as they’re p...
A recession is a good time to invest in the stock market, especially if you have decades to go before you need the money in retirement.