Revisiting The 4% Rule

Retirees concerned about money

The “4% rule” has long been a benchmark for how retirees can safely spend down their accounts. Like any rule of thumb, it’s a guideline – not an immutable law.

Teenagers and the Economy

Teenage girl with cash

Teenagers’ relationship with money has changed during these uncertain times, just as with everything else.

How To Make A Financial Whiz Kid

My daughter, Phoebe, and I had to run into The Dollar Store the other day to get some stuff for her upcoming school project. While we were walking through the aisles searching for what she needed, we came across a young boy, probably only seven or eight years old. The kid was having a meltdown […]