In order to have sufficient income to last you for your entire retirement you first need to determine your retirement income needs. We explain in this week’s Financial Tip.
There is no magic formula to determine how much you or your child should borrow for college. But there is such a thing as borrowing too much. We explain in this Question of the Week.
What does the future hold for Social Security and Medicare? In this week’s Financial Tip, we list highlights from the lengthy reports the Trustees of the Social Security and Medicare Trust Funds submit to Congress.
The “Money Talks” hosts discuss a common situation amongst retirees: having their 401(k) fully invested in their employer’s company stock. When it comes time to start planning for liquidity, these investors need to consider the Net Unrealized Appreciation they have in their company stock.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP® explains why you can’t depend on your fight or flight instinct when it comes to making financial decisions. Read the Article Disclosures: The investments referenced within this article may currently be traded by Henssler Financial. All material presented is compiled from sources believed to be reliable and…
If you follow financial news, you’ve probably heard many references to “the Fed” along the lines of “the Fed held interest rates,” or “market watchers are wondering what the Fed will do next.” So what exactly is the Fed and what does it do? We explain in our Question of the Week.
A financial crisis can be scary at any age, but this is especially true when you’re in your 40s or 50s. Regardless of how you got to this point, it’s important to develop a strategy that will help you re-establish financial stability. We explain in this week’s Financial Tip.