Category: Advisors

Medicare costs could rise by more than 200 percent for these retirees

This year, high-income retirees can expect to shell out even more money to cover their Medicare premiums. That’s because as of 2018, there is a shift in the income...

The top 10 world leader paychecks and how they stack up

At 92 years of age, Britain’s beloved Queen Elizabeth is in a league of her own when it comes to income. Her earnings add up to 2,660.4 times the per capita GDP of...

Health-care costs in retirement grow to $280K

When planning for health-care costs in retirement, it pays to factor in a particular worst-case scenario: an earlier-than-anticipated workforce exit. A new analysis from...

Here are some hidden tax benefits for seniors, caregivers

Several tax deductions help seniors and their families recoup extra money to help with long-term care expenses. Source link

Channel anxiety to avoid bad investment decisions

People carry different “money scripts,” or financial beliefs, said Edward Horwitz, director of financial psychology programs at Heider College of Business at...

Here’s how to maximize those retirement ‘sweet spot’ years

You also can stretch a conversion to a Roth IRA over several years, which can minimize the tax sting and can help ensure the switch doesn’t push you into a higher...

How investors can take advantage of market volatility

Market volatility is the statistical measure of a market or security’s tendency to rise or fall sharply within a short period of time. Measured by standard...

Investors, beware of these 4 biases

Eliminating all biases when investing is nearly impossible. Financial markets are a prime example of the way human biases can manifest at either end of a spectrum of...

Worried about stock earnings? Let the Fed’s GDP tracker guide you

It’s hard to envision a slowdown in global economic growth on the horizon unless we get into a trade war with China. That could happen, but the current betting on...

Homeowners can use this tax loophole — at their risk

Starting this year, under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, homeowners can only deduct the interest on the debt if the money from a HELOC went toward buying, building or...