Redirecting a portion of discretionary spending away from minor indulgences like lattes and toward retirement savings would seemingly have little effect on the end result, but you’d be surprised.
Men and women feel differently about savings patterns, spending habits, goals and even retirement-savings activities. To address these financial aspects of men and women we seek advice from weekly guest, Glen Wood, of The Glen Wood Financial Group.
Recent research conducted by the Society of Actuaries (SOA), revealed that older Americans are living longer than previously estimated. How much longer?
In the past couple of weeks the markets had the most volatility in two years. What may be happening? Weekly guest, Glen Wood of The Glen Wood Financial Group weighs in.
Managing money issues within the family can often cause added family problems. Weekly guest, Glen Wood, of The Glen Wood Financial Group gives some tips to help smooth out the bickering.
Does the month of January tell us anything about what may happen with the rest of the year in the markets? Glen Wood of The Glen Wood Financial Group gives us the answer.
Should you drop the “Collision Coverage” on your car insurance? What will happen if you do? Weekly guest, Glen Wood of The Glen Wood Financial Group explains.
You’re interested in purchasing some stock. You’re considering two companies. The first company’s current price per share is $50; the second company’s price per share is $10. If they are both projected to return 10%, which one should you buy?