From postal workers to VA doctors, we’ve had the pleasure to work with many federal government employees. The one area we advise them to focus most of their attention is here: the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP).
We’re pleased to announce that Michael Hohf and Daniel McHugh have been named as America’s Top Next-Gen Wealth Advisors by Forbes Magazine. The list recognizes top-performing young advisors from across the country.
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.
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 decades now, owning a home has been considered a financial rite of passage in America. The hope is you buy a home early in your career and by the time you retire, you’ll pay off your mortgage and find yourself living in one of your most important nest eggs.
An article in Slate magazine traces the origin of the term “bucket list” to the screenplay of the 2007 movie, The Bucket List. At least, it’s the first recorded instance of the term being used in the context of things one does before kicking the bucket. Yet, it’s such a popular concept that it feels much older.
In 1945, a woman named Eleanor had a difficult choice to make. An employee at a company of which she was a major stakeholder was putting the company in jeopardy. She could either take the necessary steps to force the employee out, or potentially watch the company collapse during a very perilous time.