I just finished Michael Lewis’ new book, The Undoing Project. My copy is methodically dogeared and underlined, but one passage has stuck with me since I read it.
As 2016 draws to a close I wanted to share our ten most popular posts from 2016. Thanks to the thousands of people who read our blogs each month. We are thankful for each and every reader! Happy Holidays and we will see you in 2017!
As 2016 comes to a close view and listen to the Castlebar Asset Management Annual Market Review and Outlook for 2017.
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.
Employee stock purchase plans (ESPP) can be an overlooked benefit from your employer and you could be leaving a thousand of dollars each year on the table by not participating! ESPPs can be an important helper in building wealth and reaching your goals. They are not the type of account that can be left alone for years, they need some attention along the way.
This Autumn has been filled with fascinating conversations about ups and downs. The weather has most of us in Kansas City checking the calendar to see if it is still summer. We are still growing tomatoes in our garden in early November! Oak mites are a villain we wish would go away like creepy clowns, but the obvious elephant in the room is the election.
Employee stock purchase plans (ESPP) give plan participates the ability to purchase shares in their company stock at discounted rates.
Imagine if you tried to put a price tag on your house at the end of every day or even several times a day. The process would drive you crazy! Think of all of the small things that could impact the price of your house. If a neighbor forgets to bring their trash can, minus 1%.