Women face unique challenges during these uncertain times, especially when making sure their retirement needs are addressed.
Provisions to take up to $100,000 penalty-free from your retirement plans expire on December 31st
It’s never too early to plan for retirement, or to earn compound interest on investments. Even a teen working a summer job can open a Roth IRA.
How confident are you that you’ll reach the number you need for a comfortable retirement?
Changing brokerage accounts doesn’t need to be a hassle if you understand how In-Kind and Cash Transfers work.
Roth IRA conversions seems to be appropriate for many investors right now. Make sure you understand the ramifications before going ahead.
With a 2025 deadline and shifting political landscape, it may be appropriate for some investors to convert traditional IRAs to Roth IRAs.
Stock market uncertainty can lead to emotional investing. Financial professional Jennifer Farrington, Ph.D., shared her thoughts with U.S. News & World Report @USNews about avoiding panic when it comes to your 401(k). https://money.usnews.com/money/retirement/401ks/articles/how-to-avoid-panicking-when-your-401-k-is-down #RetirementPlanning This article is intended to provide general information. It is not intended to offer or deliver investment advice in any way. […]
Well, another milestone for Cutter Financial this week. Maeve, our oldest daughter, who was officially our “Chief” landscaper since she was 13 has now been promoted to “Summer” intern while on break from nursing school at Quinnipiac. Her sisters have some tough-shoes to fill as Maeve pivots from her landscaping duties to a more professional environment. Maeve […]
Have you ever had the experience of opening up one of your kids’ report cards to see their grade drop in a subject they previously excelled at? In earlier years they had been coming home telling you how much they loved history or science, only to now become disenchanted. Perhaps when you ask them what […]