Sure, having enough money is an important part of the retirement equation, but there's much more to consider as well. Wealth Advisor Connie Brezik tackles four questions to ask and answer before you take this step.
Material wealth is not required to help, affirm and build up others through an investment of time or influence. Tim Maurer shares a poignant reminder that we don't have to wait on an estate to forge a legacy.
As any small business owner knows, there's a lot to running a company. To be successful, writes Wealth Advisor Connie Brezik, you'll want to learn what you need to know before you open your doors.
Should taxable investors seek to shun dividends? Larry Swedroe looks at a new study into how tax-aware dividend management can affect the performance of factor-based strategies. Find it on AdvisorPerspectives.com
Should you use available income to first pay down debt or instead invest it for the future? The answer may be part science and part art, but Wealth Advisor Kurt Wunderlich breaks down how both can inform your financial plan.
Any duffer can hit a hole-in-one with enough luck. But, as Wealth Advisor Doug Buchan writes, being a scratch golfer - like being a scratch investor - requires patience in the winning strategy and the discipline to play your game.
The way that conventional wisdom treats stocks, bonds, and the risk they entail can be problematic. Wealth Advisor Doug Buchan explains why, in financial planning, sometimes the almost right word simply won't do.