If you’ve been patiently squirreling away a down payment or had your eye on some local move-up properties, you may wonder if it’s time to make a move. Keep these tips in mind as you ponder your next Boulder County home.
Four steps if you are feeling nervous about the markets
1. Remember that Short Term Needs and Investing Do Not Mix.
2. Buy a Fixed-Income Ladder.
3. Stop Tracking the Market.
4. IF All Else Fails, Try Something Less Drastic.
The best approach to the Dow is to not react when it soars and when it declines. Your portfolio is much more than the Dow, and for the most part that’s a good thing.
Loaning and borrowing money within a family can be complicated. National Family Mortgage is one way you can make it official.
Some possible changes for 2017 taxes include fewer and lower tax brackets, increased standard deduction, repeal of personal exemptions, the end of AMT, and changes for businesses.
Whether you’re a mid-career serial entrepreneur or in your first job out of college, it’s good to be organized about where your savings should go.
The steps for a sound financial future remain remain in your hands. Remember the stock markets, over time, have a high likelihood of appreciation, regardless of your opinion of the president.
Leaving behind funds for a child with special needs can be a concern for parents. Fortunately, an ABLE plan can give a tax-advantaged way to save funds for the benefit of disabled individuals.
Even if the outcome of this election proves to be a crisis in your mind, don’t automatically conclude that it will be of similar import to your portfolio and long-term financial goals.