2017 was the most popular year for our blog with almost 50,000 people visiting! Our goal is to write articles that our clients and friends find informative around their financial life. We are grateful for our readers and as always if you have suggestions for topics please feel free to email us.
Owning your company’s stock can be a blessing or a curse. Jason Zweig, a Wall Street Journal columnist highlighted this weekend several retirement plans where employees owned a ton of their shares in their 401k or other retirement plans.
Your 401k is often the centerpiece of your retirement planning strategy. For Garmin employees there are great internal resources for HR questions but sometimes they are not able to answer all of your questions reagrding your 401k or you may not be comfortable asking someone financial questions.
Sprint has been one of Kansas City's larger employers for a generation. Despite some ups and downs with Sprint's core business the 401k plan has been a great place for you to save for retirement.
Owning your company’s stock in your 401k is a common way to save for your retirement. When you leave your company you will probably just roll your 401k or other workplace plan into an IRA and not think twice about the process.
Americans as a whole are a patriotic bunch. We love to drape ourselves in the red, white and blue and root for the all things ‘Merica. The same holds true when it comes to our investments. Retirement and other investment portfolios tend to be invested almost exclusively, or at least overweight in US based investments.
Your corporate retirement plan is a key part of reaching your retirement goals. When it comes to Cerner’s 401k there are great internal resources from HR, but sometimes an outside perspective can help you answer some questions about the 401k investments at one of Kansas City’s largest employers.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” – Benjamin Franklin
We live in a world filled with numbers. It can be tough to figure out the ones that are important and the ones we can forget! Here are TEN numbers you should know about your personal finances.
As you enter your 30s you start running out of excuses on why your financial house is not in order. As you get older time is at a premium to spend on mapping out your goals and achieving them. I often hear people say they don’t know where to start!