Your retirement lifestyle will depend not only on your assets and investment choices, but also on how quickly you draw down your retirement portfolio. Figuring out an appropriate initial withdrawal rate is a key issue in retirement planning and presents many challenges.
As a woman, you have financial needs that are unique to your situation in life. Perhaps you would like to buy your first home. Maybe you need to start saving for your child's college education. Or you might be concerned about planning for retirement. Whatever your circumstances may be, it's important to have a clear understanding of your overall financial position.
Many parents pay for college with a combination of current income, savings, and financial aid. By learning the basics of financial aid, you'll be able to understand how the aid process works and compare the aid awards your child receives.
There are two fundamental ways that you can profit from owning bonds: from the interest that bonds pay, or from any increase in the bond's price.
An individual 401(k) plan is a regular 401(k) plan combined with a profit-sharing plan. However, unlike a regular 401(k) plan, an individual 401(k) plan can be implemented only by self-employed individuals or small business owners who have no other full-time employees (an exception applies if your full-time employee is your spouse).
The E3 Alliance believes “education equals economics”, and Team Amplify came out to support that notion for the organization’s Geeks in Boots event.
CPN aka Credit Privacy Number is a form of Identity Theft. Here's a breakdown on what CPNs are, why you should NOT use them, and how you can protect yourself.
Amplify board members, executives and real estate team members joined together to support The Arc of the Capital Area, an organization for which Amplify Chief Financial Officer John Orton serves on the Board of Directors.
Life insurance has many uses, including income replacement, business continuation, and estate preservation. Long-term care insurance provides financial protection against the potentially high cost of long-term care.