The average person starts looking ahead toward retirement shortly after they begin working. Some people even take actions to help by putting a plan in place. Is it the right plan? The unfortunate reality is that a number of people planning for retirement aren't going about it the right way. A poor plan is often just as bad as no plan at all. Make sure you aren't making planning mistakes.
14 June 2016
Few -- if any -- young couples set out to fail in their financial lives. But it can all too easily happen if you're not paying attention. And failures with money sometimes snowball to become larger issues and bigger stresses. To avoid this, here are 4 ways to avoid the biggest financial mistakes you can make as a young family. Not Planning. Planning ahead with money might not be the easiest thing for a young person or couple to do.
8 June 2016
Do you want to be able to retire early? Are you having problems staying on top of your bills and are unsure of how to resolve the situation? If you're struggling with daily bills, it can seem like an insurmountable challenge to be able to retire early. Fortunately for you, a financial advisor might be just what you're looking for. But before you go out and hire the first one that you can find, here are some questions to help you decide whether or not he or she is a good fit for you:
7 June 2016
Has your company grown and you now receive large amounts of business from customers? If you don't want to keep better track of your business finances for the purpose of filing taxes, you might want to hire a revenue recognition service to assist with accounting. Basically, revenue recognition is done to make sure you are actually receiving the money that is reported in your accounting documents. Take a look at this article to learn about the benefits of hiring a revenue recognition service for your business.
2 June 2016
Annuities are a great way to diversify your retirement plan. They are a type of insurance, and you invest money into an annuity now to receive payments later. Payments can be made to each month, every three months, once a year, or in one lump sum at a future date. How much money you will receive and how often you receive payments will depend on how much money you invested and how the annuity was set up in the first place.
1 June 2016