Retirement Investing Archive

What Would Benjamin Graham Do? (Hint: Not Panic)

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What would Benjamin Graham do? That is likely a question Warren Buffett has echoed to himself throughout his vast career in investing. After all, it was Graham who acted as Buffett’s mentor and essentially provided the blueprint for his investment… Continue reading

 

The Importance of Funding Your Child’s 529 During Stock Market Unrest

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While we grapple with uncertain times and stock market volatility, Washington Post contributor Michelle Singletary advises that one thing remain steady: contributions to your child’s education fund. Find out the importance of regular 529 contributions, even during an uneasy economic… Continue reading

 

Stock Market Jitters? Breathe Calmly and Do This.

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Recent stock market turbulence is creating understandable turmoil and anxiety for investors. Famed New York Times columnist Ron Lieber imparts timely and sage advice by reminding investors to stay calm, ignore predictions and seek perspective. Freaked Out by the Stock Market?… Continue reading

 

A Valentine’s Day Gift That Keeps Giving — Spousal IRAs

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In this article for MarketWatch, Senior Director for Retirement and Investor Research at the Investment Company Institute Sarah Holden explores the benefits of a spousal IRA and reminds readers that it’s not too late to make the contribution count for… Continue reading

 

What Retirement Investors Should Know About the SECURE Act

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Congress at long last has taken action to offset the dismal retirement outlook for Americans, passing the SECURE Act with bipartisan support. There is a lot going on in the legislation (1,773 pages!), such as making it far easier for… Continue reading

 

Aligning Your Thrift Savings Plan with Your Values

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Oftentimes it can be hard to be socially conscious while investing, especially if you’re a federal worker with a Thrift Savings Plan. In his “Your Money” column for The New York Times, writer Ron Lieber proposes a solution for those who… Continue reading

 

Leveraging Your 401(k) for Good Citizenship

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In this article for The New York Times, columnist Ron Lieber reports on how everyday investors are making the world a better place through socially responsible investing strategies. How to Get Socially Conscious Funds Into Your 401(k) by Ron Lieber… Continue reading

 

The Truth About Annuities in the SECURE Act

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Our very own Mitch Tuchman, Rebalance Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer, tells The Philadelphia Inquirer how annuities can be both good and bad for everyday investors. SECURE Act, signed by President, a game-changer for retirement plans by Erin Arvedlund… Continue reading

 

A Foolproof, One-Move New Year’s Resolution Anyone Can Make

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Every January, a flood of people resolve to lose weight. Then they show up at a nearby gym for the first time ever. By February, everything settles down and the true gym rats are left to grunt in peace. That’s… Continue reading

 
    

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