The “Money Talks” hosts discuss Henssler Financial’s Ten Year Rule, and how following it can make you feel better about investing during a roller coaster market.
Ready to have the college talk with your high school senior? Learn how to talk about cost, grades and courses of study in this Financial Tip.
A family’s budget for college education will easily be one of the most expensive purchases ever. The current average cost at a public four-year college is $7,605 per year in tuition and fees for in-state students. It is no wonder that during the 2008-2009 school year, more than 78% of undergraduate students received some form of financial aid.
There are several financial tasks you can do prior to your divorce proceedings that may aid in reaching an equitable settlement.
Many couples are eager to settle the divorce as quick as possible, but there are several financial pitfalls waiting for those who fail to plan ahead.
Bil Lako, CFP®, explains how sometimes investors are not paying attention to the decisions that are being made.
Most financial professionals can provide specific stock or mutual fund recommendations. However, before deciding on a broker or an adviser, you must decide what you want to handle: investments research, planning your personal finances, establishing budget realities, providing tips to reduce spending, assessing your retirement savings, and checking that you have the necessary insurance coverage.
Bil Lako, CFP® discusses how it can be a full-time job to do the extensive research required to make sound investment decisions for a well-diversified portfolio.
The “Money Talks” hosts discuss the options of renting your home during retirement.