The Path to Financial Wellness

People who are serious about improving their physical health know that it requires effort and a series of small steps taken over time. It’s much the same with improving your financial health. Here are some steps you can take to start or continue your journey to financial wellness. Look for Savings in Your Day-to-Day Spending… Continue reading

What’s Your Risk Tolerance?

Risk tolerance is the amount of risk you’re willing to take with your investments. As a general rule, younger investors have more time to keep their money invested and can accept more risk than older investors who will need to access their money sooner, such as in a few months or years. Market volatility is… Continue reading

Embracing Emergency Savings

What Emergency savings accounts are an important part of any financial plan. The purpose of these accounts is to cover or offset unforeseen financial emergencies. Such emergencies can include car repair, medical expenses, or even employment termination. Your account should ideally be separate from your primary savings account. This helps reduce the temptation to spend… Continue reading

Riding the Investment Roller Coaster

Buckle Up Investing is comparable to a roller coaster ride. It’s filled with ups and downs and can appear overwhelming at times. There will be moments of thrill and moments of fear. Your decisions during the process will impact your financial wellness and retirement readiness. Wherever you’re at in the ride, there are important considerations… Continue reading