Financial blogger Harry Sit (thefinancebuff.com) describes "advice-only" financial planners (like me) and why it's the best option for many people who want and need professional guidance and expertise but want to remain in control of their investments (and not overpay!).
Here are the states where you can stretch your retirement savings the furthest and those where even $1 million doesn't go very far.
Why paying 401(k) loan interest to yourself is a bad investment, and why it is actually more akin to a (non-taxable) advance of an employee's 401(k) balance.
Are you thinking about using your IRA to pay that large tuition bill? Here are some things you should know...
U.S. college tuition is growing at the slowest pace in decades, following a nearly 400% rise over the past three decades that fueled middle class anxieties and a surge in student debt.
One proposal would switch tax-deferred 401(k) plans to taxable Roth 401(k)s, which means less money in your pocket