Rolling over your 401(k) after you leave an employer is essential. Actually doing it, however, is a pain. Follow these steps to take some of the sting out of the process.
We all have different investing preferences. So, if you’re deciding between a robo-advisor and a brokerage account, here’s everything you need to know.
A small difference in your assumed rate of return can drastically change how much you need to save for retirement. Use these tips to find which rate makes sense for you.
If you’re wondering how to invest in penny stocks and find new ways to make money investing, read our complete guide here.
While active income is earned in exchange for your time, passive income is earned from owning income-generating assets. Having both is a great way to build wealth, but many income sources widely thought of as ‘passive’ might actually take a considerable amount of effort to get off the ground.
Ultimately, it’s up to you to decide whether saving or investing is the better choice to reach your financial goals. But, for certain goals, one is better than the other.
How much time do you want to spend dealing with your investments? Target-date funds are designed to manage your portfolio with minimal hassle for many years. But they come with a cost. Are they a good choice for you?
Investing as a teen is one of the easiest ways to become a millionaire by retirement. So what are the best tools and options for teens to begin investing?
401(k)s are employer-sponsored retirement plans. They have high annual contribution limits, and many employers match employees’ 401(k) contributions — effectively giving them free money. But 401(k)s have limited investment options compared to IRAs, which may stifle some investors.
Lazy portfolios are bundles of investments that you make once and let sit. Why is this no-effort strategy so profitable and how can you build one yourself? Let me explain.