If you succumb to any common financial and investing myths, you could see some of your money and potential future wealth go up in smoke.
To have, or not to have. That is the common retirement planning question about life insurance. The answer can be derived from a liberal interpretation of another well-known Shakespeare line from Hamlet: “To thine own self be true.”
You may not think M&M’s have anything to do with annuities. But, the colored chocolate candies actually provide a valuable lesson to always read the fine print.
We are honored to announce that Advance Capital Management has been named as one of the Financial Times 300 Top Registered Investment Advisers in 2018. This is our second year in a row on the list!
It’s probably safe to say you’d never hire a doctor simply because a person claimed to be one. Before you entrust your health to someone, you want to make sure that person is qualified to practice medicine. Shouldn’t you want the same thing before entrusting your money with a financial adviser?
For our AT&T blog this month, we’d like to address a recent change to the AT&T pension plan. It has big implications for some current and former AT&T employees. (Check out all our previous AT&T articles here.)
In just about anything you do, a firm grasp of the rules can lead to success. It allows you take advantage of opportunities and avoid making mistakes.
When it comes to retirement planning, money issues typically get the most attention. Too often the important non-financial aspects of retirement are overlooked. One of which is the painful prospect of losing people we love as we age, including our friends.
The last few years before you retire from AT&T can be the most exciting yet scariest time of your life. You may have strong feelings of anticipation but also fear of what the future may hold. One minute you’re thinking, I can’t wait!, and the next you’re wondering, Am I ready?
Erosion is one of the most awe-inspiring forces in nature. Perhaps what’s so striking about it is that on a day to day basis, even from year to year, its effect isn’t always noticeable. But over time, the gradual wearing away of soil, dirt and rock by elements such as water or wind shapes our environment in dramatic ways.