Who really likes having a car loan? No one is the answer. If you have some cash in the bank, enough to pay off the car, should you pull the trigger and free yourself of the debt? As I told Devin from Pittsburgh on the latest BONUS call, it all depends on your unique situation.
At a time when Congress can’t seem to agree on much, lawmakers are acknowledging that the main retirement savings vehicle, the 401(k), needs some fixing. Before you get too excited, the changes being considered are more like touch ups, rather than a complete renovation.
At what point should you consider purchasing life insurance? And what kind? Term, whole life, etc? That’s what we’re discussing today with Gabriel from D.C.
Interviewing business executives and leaders is one way I grow and learn. Especially when talking to women business leaders, I find that I walk away encouraged and enlightened. And of course, I especially enjoy it when one happens to be my friend.
Having some extra money to invest, and not knowing what to do with it, is what I like to call a good problem to have! That’s the case with Kelly in Atlanta, who’s sitting on 125k with no short term needs on the horizon.
Okay, so maybe we’re not yet living in a world that looks like the movie Terminator, but it’s safe to say that changes are coming to the workforce as we know it. Robots, artificial intelligence, and driverless cars are no longer things of the distant future. They are with us today and will become increasingly common in coming years, along with virtual reality and digital personal assistants.
We’ve all been there. Leaving one job and starting another. But what should you do with your retirement account at the old place? That’s the question from Nate on the latest BONUS call.
Nick Martell and Jack Kramer spent their early days working in finance but quickly realized something was missing. It wasn’t they wanted to do. So they started side hustling, while still working at two different Wall Street banks.
It’s becoming more and more common for workplace retirement plans to offer a Roth 401(k) option. The next question is whether or not you should be using it. That’s what Shirley wanted to know on the latest BONUS call.
What kind of fees should I be paying my advisor? Will I have taxes and required minimum distributions with my Roth IRA? I’m 17, how can I create a budget? Those questions and more as we attempt to clear out the inbox!