Jason Zweig is a long-time columnist for the Wall Street Journal. In this weekend’s Intelligent Investor column, he offered 19 questions that you should ask your financial advisor. The questions are direct and to the point.
Life insurance is one of those things in life that you never really want to deal with, but know you need it. Having the right level of life insurance is an important part of a sound financial plan. Knowing what type of coverage along with how much, is central to making sure you are not vulnerable or over insured.
Restricted stock units (RSUs) are a common way for employers to offer stock based compensation to their employees. More employees are starting to see RSUs as part of their overall compensation. Receiving RSUs or stock linked compensation is a sign that things are going well in your career!
The rising costs of education is something that all parents understand all too well. College costs are beginning to moderate, but private high school costs in Kansas City are still showing steady price increases. The average increase for the 2017-2018 academic year is 3.1%.
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.