How Many Americans Have Nothing Saved for Retirement?

It's sad but true. Millions of Americans are more focused on paying their bills, many living paycheck to paycheck, and not even remotely considering saving for retirement. If you...

How to Save for Retirement

As you begin to set aside money for retirement, one of the first and most critical decisions you’ll face is what type of account to put that money in....

Dump These 3 Popular Income Funds Before They Blow Up Your...

With my focus on higher yield investments, I often receive questions about various closed-end funds. CEFs are actively managed investment pools with shares that trade on the stock exchanges. A...

Strategies for Staying Calm During a Selloff

If you’re going to sail into retirement with a nice fat portfolio and big sacks of money strewn across your deck, then you’re going to have to deal with...

3 Things You Must Know About Retirement Funds

Mutual Fund managers make it easier to manage the required mix of stocks and bonds as you approach your retirement. Simply put, a higher percentage of monies are put in stocks...

Roth vs. Traditional IRAs, A Practical Guide

When you begin to save for retirement, the easiest way to get started is to enroll in your employer-sponsored retirement plan (401(k), 403(b), TSP, etc.). These types of accounts...

[Vault] #AskGradMoney: Can I Use my 401(k) to Fund a Startup Company?

Welcome to another installment of #AskGradMoney, where on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, you can send any or all of your money, stock market, budgeting, retirement, estate planning -- literally any money question to...