On March 27, 2020, the CARES Act was passed and signed into law.
This massive piece of legislation was passed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The legislation made significant changes that impact retirees, retirement income strategies, IRAs, income taxes, and qualified retirement plans like 401(k)s, 403(b)s, etc.
One major impact it made was in reference to Required Minimum Distributions (RMD). Read More
It’s a tough financial time for many as we deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean you have to lie down and let yourself get pummeled. There are things you can do to manage your assets!
If you’re fortunate enough to not have your family income reduced during this time, there are some opportunities to protect yourself and grow your long-term wealth if you are under the age of 55.Read More
We are in some weird times right now. A few weeks ago, I would have never imagined that I would have to plan for our federal, state and local governments to shut down an entire economy due to a pandemic like the coronavirus (COVID-19).
I have been through several economic downturns in the past and, unfortunately, it’s times like this that many investors will panic and make some big money mistakes.
And one of the biggest mistakes is trying to search for the “perfect investment.” Read More
You’ve probably heard the term dollar cost averaging over your years of making contributions into your retirement accounts. Dollar cost averaging is when you make a regular, fixed-dollar contribution into your investments regardless of what occurs in the market. Read More
That’s the only answer I have to some of the questions swarming around the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. There have been so many aggressive actions implemented in the dealing with the possible outbreak, but information is changing so fast that no one has any real certainty. Read More
The world is a big place and there is always something going on. The flavor of the month these days is the Coronavirus (COVID). If you have not heard about it, its merely a deadly and contagious flu in a section of China. As the media and financial analyst often do, the have a tendency to over blow just about anything to make you think they actually know how markets work. Read More