One of the best ways for you to save toward your own retirement and ensure your future security is through an employer-sponsored 401(k) plan. If you don’t participate, you’re missing a golden opportunity to save for retirement while lowering your tax burden on those savings.
IRA, ETF, 401K, pre-tax, post-tax. For many when you are just beginning your financial journey as a young adult many of these terms can seem confusing and overwhelming. That is why Lauren breaks down how one simple step can resolve all your anxiety! Just save money…..period!
Retiring earlier than expected isn’t a new phenomenon. Some people are pleasantly surprised to find they are financially ready even earlier than expected. For others, this may be a shock of a lifetime. No matter your view or take on how you got there you need to take action. So how can people deal with early or unexpected retirement? First …
Working as a nurse can be a great way to start a rewarding career. And while it can be a lucrative field with in-demand jobs, it can also lead to large student loan debt. Today Lauren, takes a look at national programs that nurses across the country have access to assist with getting ahead on their student loan debt.
2020 has been the year of uncertainty, but don’t give up hope. You may be one of the many affected by large scale layoffs and employment uncertainty. That is why today Kevin discusses the immediate moves to make when facing unemployment due to a layoff.
So what is a Section 83(b) election? Put simply, it accelerates your ordinary income tax. Sound complicated it is? Today, Michael explains how and why the utilization of an 83b election is important.
You likely haven’t given your health insurance plan much thought, if you have had a stable job for most of your career. It has been a benefit consistently offered through your employment typically. SO? What happens when you retire before 65 and are Medicare eligible. Well, the options are slim that is when an income plan becomes a key tool …
When it boils down to it both men and women want to achieve long term financial security. So how is financial planning for women different? While we all want to achieve the same goal, most women face certain challenges that are unique to them. What are those issues and how can we mitigate their effect on your financial future!
Student loan payments can eat up a big portion of your paycheck before it even has the chance to hit your bank account. That is why an effective but realistic payment strategy is key. Today, we discuss effective re-payment strategies AND when itis necessary to use them.
In recent years, another retirement savings vehicle has come about that might be superior to the 401(k): a health savings account (HSA). Today, on Nestology TV we discuss how the HSA is by far the most underutilized financial tool you can use to build your retirement nest egg.