Do you feel like you have your finances under control? The fact is most Americans have $38,000 in personal debt, excluding home mortgages. In the face of debt, it can feel overwhelming but you're not alone. In the video below, we discuss two methods of debt repayment, the snowball and avalanche method. Which method is best for your finances?
Do you know what's changing for retirement plans in 2019? The IRS has announced the 2019 plan limits and these changes will take effect in the upcoming tax year on retirement-related items.
Why are these numbers important to you? There are limits to how much you can contribute to your retirement account and they can change from year-to-year, so it's important to stay up-to-date. Check out our infographic that details all the changes you'll want to be aware of for the coming year.
At the beginning, of every year, many people make resolutions about health, relationships, and money. Whether it’s making a goal to pay down a debt, finding a significant other, or losing a few lbs, there’s an app that can help. The power of our mobile devices continues to grow and apps for everything we do are coming into the future. We’ll be focusing on budgeting apps that can help you get a handle on your financial life.
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It may come as a surprise to some, but market corrections happen fairly often. It's normal for the economy to naturally go through peaks and downfalls over time. Don't panic when a market correction happens. By the final quarter of 2018, we have become long overdue for a market correction; such a correction is inevitable. We typically experience a correction once every 55 months (4.5 years); however, we have not had a meaningful correction - defined as a 20% drop in the market - in over 115 months (9.6 years), which is the longest run in history.