After a look at the historical evidence, Larry Swedroe makes the case that investors haven't been adequately compensated for taking on the various risks, implementation issues and other planning requirements associated with corporate bonds.
Municipal bond investing, it appears, is growing riskier. Larry Swedroe explores some of the reasons why and argues that, given fixed income's primary role is one of safety, it's becoming more important to focus on credit quality.
For a more secure retirement, think larger than simply trying to pay the least amount in taxes each year. Wealth Advisor Bill Morgan outlines the process for building an overarching spend-down strategy designed to minimize taxes over a lifetime.
The risk of becoming more vulnerable to financial abuse as we get older can pose a significant threat to our retirement security. Larry Swedroe explores research into the scope of the problem, and then offers some steps to help guard against it.
The giving season is now underway, so we're revisiting some tips from Tim Maurer about how to transform an often stressful (and, at times, guilt-ridden) element of the holidays into something life-giving and fulfilling.
Wealth Advisor Jada Diedrich unpacks her toolkit for building an efficient charitable giving strategy that's designed to help maximize the way your contribution dollars benefit not only the causes you hold most dear, but also you and your family.
Since the global financial crisis, the S&P 500 has posted truly astounding returns. Jared Kizer explores why such performance may not repeat for many decades to come, as well as what investors can expect from U.S. large-cap stocks going forward.