Archive - June 12, 2018

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Bond Basics
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Fathers, Daughters, and Financial Planning

Bond Basics

Bonds are boring, but smart investors use them for stability, diversification, and upcoming withdrawals. Understanding some basics will help you evaluate the risks and rewards of owning bonds in your portfolio.

What is a Bond?

A bond is essentially an “I.O.U.” You become a bondholder when you lend money to the government, a corporation, or a municipality. In exchange for your money, the bond issuer promises to pay interest periodically and repay principal equal to the bond’s face value at the end of a specific time period.

Consider a company that needs to build a new facility costing $2 million. …

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Fathers, Daughters, and Financial Planning

Women recount their experiences, good and bad, with their fathers and finance in “Father, Daughters and Dollars: How Dads Influence Our Views on Money.” Amy Keyishian, the author of this article from LearnVest, wrote it as a followup to an article she wrote about mothers and money but found that the women she spoke with were less lighthearted when it was time to talk about their dads and dollars: “It seems that disagreements over finances can damage a father-daughter relationship as much as it can damage a marriage.”

After consulting with psychology professor, Keyishian found that many …

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