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Saving For Retirement vs. College
Saving For Retirement vs. College
Which do I save for first - my retirement or my child's college tuition?

Unprepared for Retirement

Money Minute

Too many Americans remain poorly prepared for retirement.

Traditional vs. Roth IRAs

Money Minute

Today I thought I would dig a little deeper into the differences between Traditional and Roth IRAs.

Transferring a 401(k)

Money Minute

The Average American will have about 11 jobs in their lifetime. For many, this means there may also be 11 different retirement plans to keep track of. To make this simple for yourself, you may prefer to rollover all of these assets into one Individual Retirement Account or IRA.

Diversification – Don't put all your eggs in one basket

Money Minute

You work long and hard to save and invest for your retirement. Find out why it’s essential to diversify and avoid risking everything on a few investments.

Choosing a Mutual Fund

Money Minute

There are thousands of mutual funds available to the average investor. Although it’s nice to have options, having too many choices can become overwhelming. As you consider which mutual funds may fit your needs, keep these tips in mind.

How much risk is too much?

Money Minute

Risk is a key component to consider when making investment decisions. Taking on too much risk can expose you to extreme volatility, while too little risk may not give you the returns you want. Find out how to determine your own comfort level for accepting risks.

Market Timing: Is There a Perfect Time to Enter the Market?

Money Minute

Most professionals could not predict whether the stock market will close up or down next week, or even the next business day! That said, is there ever an ideal time to invest in the stock market?

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