Most of us have access to retirement plans through our jobs and Americans have more assets than ever in those plans and with the advent of financial technology (fintech), plans have become more robust.
Should you use your emergency reserve to tackle your student loan debt? That’s what Kristin from Florida was wondering on the latest BONUS call.
This week marked the first time the press spotlight was on Jerome Powell, the new Chairman of the Federal Reserve.
Another week, another BONUS call where we’re once again discussing the benefits of using a Roth retirement vehicle. Today’s question comes from Marshall (and his daughter) in Virginia.
Daily life requires numerous decisions. Some easy, some difficult. And some that have to be made without knowing a lot of pertinent information. And what we think is the best decision in the moment, doesn’t necessarily yield the best outcome.
I’ve been taking listener calls for nearly eight years and I think this is the first social investing question we’ve received. How can you make sure you’re not investing in companies that you don’t support, such as gun manufacturers?
Tax season is like the Super Bowl for identity thieves and that means that you need to be on high alert for scams.
In what is quickly becoming one of the most common questions we get, today we’re discussing the Roth 401(k) option now being offered by many employers. Should you use it if available? Have a finance related question? Go to jillonmoney.com for all the contact info and we’ll arrange to get you on.