• Financial-Planning

    Financial planning is essential for achieving one’s financial goals. It is a step-by-step approach wherein you create a financial plan to control your income, expenses, and investments to better manage your finances. However, not everyone has a financial plan. According to reports, many workers live on the paycheck to paycheck model, and nearly half of ...
  • Roth-IRA

    Retirement is a time in life that a lot of people look forward to. Life is a lot more relaxed after retirement as the stress and deadlines of work are no longer there. You can use this time to pursue hobbies, travel the world, catch up with friends and family, and live a relaxed and ...
  • FIRE

    As you begin your 9 to 5 job, it is highly recommended that you also start working on your retirement plans. A journey where you consistently work hard to accumulate a significant corpus for your non-working years of life. Earlier, people worked hard to save until their official retirement age, usually 65 years. However, given ...
  • Financial-Advisor

    Retirement is the golden period of your life, provided you save well for it. If you have sufficient retirement savings, you can spend your non-working years traveling, enjoying life, spending time with your family, and doing anything else you like. However, if your retirement savings are below the required limit (average Americans feel they require ...
  • Roth IRA

    The cost of education in America can be burdening. In the last 30 years, the average college cost of a four-year public institution has increased by 213%. In the past decade alone, the cost of education has shot up by 29%, with private college tuition costs rising by 25%. If you have children or grandchildren ...
  • Retirement-Advisor

    Retirement can last much longer than you anticipate. Life expectancy rates have been rising over the years, owing to improvements in medicine and safety. While this suggests that you will live longer, it also indicates that you will require a larger retirement corpus to sustain yourself in your non-working years. As per the Money Guide, ...
  • High Net Worth Individual

    Planning for retirement is an important component of everyone’s financial planning, including that of a high-net-worth individual (HNWI). What is a high net worth individual (HNWI)? There is no industry-recognized definition for an HNWI. One of the most commonly accepted criteria is an individual with $1 million or more in investable assets, excluding real estate. ...
  • Roth IRA

    Even though Roth Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) have been around since 1998, many investors aren’t aware of all the differences between traditional and Roth IRAs. Thus, they aren’t sure which IRA is the better alternative for them. As a summary, the unique features of a Roth IRA include: Single taxpayers with adjusted gross income (AGI) ...
  • Retirement-Plan

    Retirement planning can be an intricate process in all aspects. The place where you settle after retirement, the amount of money you would need in your retirement corpus, the impact of taxes on your retirement savings, and more, are some concerns that are likely to be on your mind when you plan for retirement. Considering ...
  • IRAs

    Retirement savings have always been a complicated topic for investors. The fixed set of procedures requires the knowledge of different retirement accounts, tax benefits and liabilities, contribution rules and withdrawal limits, as well as growth opportunities. Picking the ideal investment instrument is crucial as your future can depend on it. Insufficient savings can create a ...