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5 Financial Advisor Hacks: A Cheat Sheet for People Saving For Retirement!
By Michael J. Garry, Founder/CEO
Yardley Wealth Management
Don’t Get Distracted
The 24-hour news cycle can be a bit insane these days, especially in 2020 when the pandemic dominated the news and murder hornets were on the way. Many crazy things happen from day-to-day, but bad financial mistakes can be made when we are preoccupied. Keep your mind on the things in life you have control …Read More
Social Security Retirement Planning
Worried about your future Social Security benefits? Fleshing out current concerns and common myths.
By Michael Garry Yardley Wealth Management October 26, 2020
Social Security is one of the most popular government programs of all time, and it’s one that enjoys wide support across the population. Around 65 million Americans will receive more than $1 trillion in benefits during 2020, according to the Social Security Administration (SSA). Yet understanding exactly how this program works, as well as the best time to start taking benefits, isn’t always easy. Rumor and miscommunication around this program result in confusion …Read More
Is COVID-19 affecting your Retirement Planning? Here’s what you should do.
Retirement Planning Financial Planning Risk
This year has been a real eye-opener for many pre-retirees and retirees. Over their lifetimes, most people have heard warnings and advice from retirement advisors about various aspects of their plans. The warnings are typically based on a combination of data and anecdotes and often didn’t hit home or inspire urgency. But the COVID-19 pandemic compressed many events into a short period …Read More
The Best 401(k) Funds for Millennials and Why You Should Invest in a Mix Now
FINANCIAL PLANNING, INVESTMENTS
There’s an old saying that time is money. For millennials saving for retirement, time is on their side when it comes to making money with long-term investments in the stock market. Born in the early 80s through the mid-90s, this generation can weather market volatility better than investors closer to retirement. Millennials, categorized as those aged 18-37 years of age, can even be well-served by market downturns because dips offer buying opportunities. For millennials considering stock market investing, it’s important to also