Your retirement might seem far away, but your current decisions can significantly shape your future. By making a few strategic changes to your savings and investment approach, you can substantially grow your…
The year 2023 has brought about significant changes in retirement saving practices, offering relief to individuals planning for their post-work years. After a challenging period of economic downturn and inflation, the markets and U.S. inflation have stabilized, presenting opportunities for savers at various life stages.
A meeting between President Biden and congressional leaders is scheduled to discuss the debt ceiling at a critical time when the country may be unable to meet its obligations. Economists and administration officials have warned that a potential default on the national debt, a first in U.S. history, could result in a financial disaster. This would severely affect the domestic economy and cause turbulence in global markets.
When people consider retirement planning, they often prioritize saving and investing so they can retire with a comfortable nest egg. And that is an excellent starting point. However, it is equally essential to consider how taxes will impact your retirement funds and any other sources of income you may rely on after you reach retirement age.