When women, especially, do not invest, they lose out on potentially hundreds of thousands, or millions, of dollars, experts say. Here are five ways to start investing now.
We are well into 2019 and if your New Year’s resolution was to save more of your hard-earned money, investing into an online savings account is one really easy way to do just that.
If taking control of your money and wealth is one of your resolutions for 2019, Dawn Doebler, a senior wealth adviser at The Colony Group and co-founder of Her Wealth, lays out a yearlong series on how to support your efforts.
By integrating money lessons into everyday actions with their families, fathers can support a positive relationship with money while providing basic financial management skills to their children.
It may be a good time to reap the benefits of small-business growth and opportunity as a private investor, too. But only if you know what you’re doing.
Looking to get a nice return on your investment dollars at a level of risk you’re comfortable with? Here’s some advice from a financial expert.
Not taking advantage of this one thing a lot of employers offer can mean missing out on tens of thousands of dollars over time. Millennials are the worst offenders.
Risk plays an essential role in managing and growing investment portfolios over the long term. But investors who rely on target date or index funds could be taking on too much, or too, little risk. Nina Mitchell, Senior Wealth Advisor at Bridgewater Wealth and co-founder of Her Wealth, explains the misconceptions that investors should know.
Is cash really king? It is for many investors, but it is not on the throne as the reigning long-term investment strategy. Find out which generations are most likely to pick real estate and which are most likely to pick cash.
There are many great resources for parents to use to teach and reinforce good money habits from an early age. Online sites, apps and books can transform even the young and fiscally clueless into savvy savers and investors.
Given that so many of us invest in mutual funds, it’s important to understand what they are, how they work and how to know if you have selected the right mutual funds that best achieve your goals. Here are the questions you should consider whether you are managing a fund on your own or taking recommendations from a broker.
When planning for retirement, the investment choices you make in your 20s may look vastly different from those in your 30s or 40s. Here are some tips for every stage of life to help you meet your retirement investment goals.
Spring is the perfect time to rejuvenate your finances. Look at rebalancing your portfolio, checking up on your credit score and setting some new financial goals for yourself.
Join wealth adviser Nina Mitchell in her “kitchen” to find out more about how preparing something as simple as soup can teach you plenty about how you can cook up your future financial success.
Here are some ideas from experts about what 2017 may hold and how you can try to take advantage through the stock market.
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