All investing, as well as sitting on the sidelines, involves some level of risk. Here’s a closer look at a few misconceptions about being a “conservative” investor when it comes to your money.
Sept. 22 is American Business Women’s Day, and wealth manager Nina Mitchell explains some of the hurdles to starting your own business, including those obstacles predominantly faced by women.
Financial jargon is difficult to understand, so here are some translated them into more user-friendly language.
Parents who plan on using funds from 529 savings accounts should be mindful of the strict rules on when and how the withdrawals can be used.
Mutual funds are what many investors are familiar with when investing their 401k or retirement accounts. Each fund has different and well-defined investment objectives.
Losing a spouse is tough enough without making it a financial loss as well. The average age of a widow in the U.S. is much younger than you might think — would you be ready to make it on your own for decades? Wealth adviser Nina Mitchell explains what to keep track of.
There are many “what ifs” to consider when giving an inheritance. How do you make sure your wealth gets distributed in accordance with your intentions?
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.
As wealth adviser Nina Mitchell points out, it’s never too early or too late for women to be more focused and intentional about their money.
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.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.