Nowadays it’s a common occurrence to change jobs every few years, if not every few months. That means at some point you’re going to have at least one, likely more, retirement accounts from past jobs.
Just a few short years ago, these graduates were among the four million students who began their journeys at the nation’s colleges and universities.
Today on the BONUS call we’re chatting with Doug in Miami who initially called to ask about an old 401(k) plan and what he should do with it. As you’ll hear, the call quickly turned into Doug, 35 years old, wanting to retire at 50.
Technology has made our financial lives better and simpler. From banking and investing to shopping and planning a vacation, many of our daily necessities are just a click away.
On the BONUS call this week we talked to John from Houston who had some questions about reducing his tax liability once retirement rolls around
I never take it for granted how fortunate I am to have my job. Let’s be honest, it’s not really a job when you’re doing what you love.
You’re getting ready to buy a new home and have the cash to purchase it outright…should you?
I never take it for granted how fortunate I am to have my job. Let’s be honest, it’s not really a job when you’re doing what you love. And that’s what I get to do as a journalist covering personal finance and economics.
This week on the BONUS call we once again chatted student loans with Andrea from New York City
It’s more valuable than any other investment you have and that’s why we often discuss career development and management on Better Off. If you’re one of the lucky ones like me, then you’re doing what you want to do, but it took me some time to get here…