The two biggest risks you face in retirement (and how to get rid of them)

The two biggest risks

Most people spend their entire lives planning for their retirement. You work day in and day out with the goal in

How to use leverage to make more money

When you have a lot of assets, it is very easy to borrow money. Lenders will practically hand over huge sums of cash, at favorable (low) rates, because they know that if anything were to happen the wealthy have the

Understanding the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)

Your Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is a unique retirement account for all service members and, just like most things in life, there are many ways to work it. To take full advantage of the savings options and tax benefits available

How to live a tax free retirement

One of the biggest challenges to preparing for retirement is planning for taxes. After diligently saving year after year, if you haven’t anticipated your tax obligation, taxes could cost you up to 37% of your retirement savings. Can you live

The biggest expense you’ll pay in retirement

You have spent hard-earned years saving for retirement.

You put a plan in place when you were young, and have had the financial discipline and mental fortitude to follow through. Now it is time to enjoy the fruits of your

How much money should you put away every month?

It may surprise you to discover that Financial Advisors recommend saving 20% of your take-home pay every month. In fact, your personal savings rate is more important than any investment return towards building a secure financial future. 20% may not

Financial Planning Basics for All Service Members

Just as you begin your military career getting the basics in place, you should start your path to financial independence with the basics too. Being in the military, you are in a special position to save a much higher percentage

How to protect yourself from a recession

Planning to avoid severe losses is perhaps the most important aspect of your retirement strategy.

If you had to retire today, could you withstand a 20% blow to your investment portfolio (30% if you count inflation)? Our current market has

The biggest risk you’ll face in retirement

Why your sequence of returns matter

A good lesson for any investor to understand is how the timing of your return affects the performance of your investments. This is especially important in retirement, when you are withdrawing from your invested

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