iPhone and Android — How to fix the 5 most annoying things for good

When it comes to consumer tech, there’s a huge list of things that can drive us all bananas. Take your slow Wi-Fi. You can’t stream, you can’t join a video meeting, and it always happens at the worst time. Our smartphones help us get a ton done, but that doesn’t mean we don’t want to … Read more

How Real Estate Can Secure Retirement for Business Owners

(Mike Price) Retirement planning is complicated for business owners. You can start a 401(k) plan at your company, but there are strict limits to how much can go into your portfolio. You can use money to invest in stocks outside the company, either in an IRA or a traditional brokerage account, but that’s cash that … Read more

5 Unexpected Sources of Retirement Income | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Selena Maranjian) Here’s a majority you don’t want to be in: Most people have not saved enough for retirement. According to the 2022 Retirement Confidence Survey, only 33% of workers have saved $250,000 or more for retirement, meaning that 67% have not. (Indeed, 19% have saved less than $1,000.) If you’re way behind in your … Read more

5 Unexpected Sources of Retirement Income | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Selena Maranjian) Here’s a majority you don’t want to be in: Most people have not saved enough for retirement. According to the 2022 Retirement Confidence Survey, only 33% of workers have saved $250,000 or more for retirement, meaning that 67% have not. (Indeed, 19% have saved less than $1,000.) If you’re way behind in your … Read more

5 Unexpected Sources of Retirement Income | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Selena Maranjian) Here’s a majority you don’t want to be in: Most people have not saved enough for retirement. According to the 2022 Retirement Confidence Survey, only 33% of workers have saved $250,000 or more for retirement, meaning that 67% have not. (Indeed, 19% have saved less than $1,000.) If you’re way behind in your … Read more

5 Unexpected Sources of Retirement Income | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Selena Maranjian) Here’s a majority you don’t want to be in: Most people have not saved enough for retirement. According to the 2022 Retirement Confidence Survey, only 33% of workers have saved $250,000 or more for retirement, meaning that 67% have not. (Indeed, 19% have saved less than $1,000.) If you’re way behind in your … Read more

Is Claiming Social Security at 62 Really a Smart Move Right Now? | personal finance

(Katie Brockman) Determining when to begin claiming Social Security is a big decision, as it will affect your monthly income for the rest of your retirement. The earliest you can file for benefits is age 62, but doing so will result in a reduction of 30% in your monthly benefits. This reduction is permanent, too, … Read more

The Most Important Retirement Table You’ll Ever See | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Selena Maranjian) When I reflect on my own personal investing history, there’s clearly a “most important retirement table” that I remember seeing. I was in my 20s at a new job, and as part of a retirement benefit presentation, we were presented with a table showing how money grows. At the time, I hadn’t had … Read more

3 Unstoppable Investments Everyone Needs in Their Portfolio | personal finance

(Chuck Saletta) With the stock market falling throughout much of 2022, investors are rediscovering the risk involved in investing. The unfortunate truth is that your money is always at risk of some sort of loss, whether it’s invested or not. As a result, it’s critically important to put parts of your money to work in … Read more