On our minds for early 2022 are several things – the pandemic, interest rates, and inflation. These will all be critical, near-term influences on the markets. We will address each in this Outlook.
Just like Ranger School, in investing and financial planning, an above average ability to cope with misery is a core principle that will govern most of your long-term results.
As we start off the New Year, it’s never too early to start thinking about gifting strategies. Whether you plan on making gifts to charity or to loved ones, here are a few things to be thinking about.
Maxed out your 401(k) but phased out of making deductible IRA contributions… but still want to invest your excess money in a tax efficient method? Learn how with Vince Carson, CPA, Financial Planner using the backdoor Roth IRA.
As we start creating our to-do list for preparing for family gatherings, gift giving, and other festivities, we also think it’s important to create a financial check list before we ring in the New Year.
Today’s Street$marts is geared towards the self-employed: those individuals not earning a traditional paycheck from an employer in which a portion is automatically contributed to a 401k. You are your own boss! So the onus is really on you to get some sort of retirement plan rolling, and the landscape looks a bit different.
The housing market is crazy, but that doesn’t mean prudence should fly out the window.
When we consider the past 20 months, not only the people of the world, but also the markets, have displayed considerable fortitude.
So, interest rates are low. Why should you care, and what should you do about them? Street$marts is here to help.