Originally published on: July 12, 2017
Originally published on: June 24, 2016
When someone gives you advice about retirement money, who exactly are they working for? It’s surprisingly complicated. If you have a company retirement plan, the people who run it – your employer, various firms that provide investments and handle the money, and advice providers like GuidedChoice – are already “fiduciaries.” This means we’re legally required to act in your financial best interest. Not in the interest of our own paychecks, shareholders, or anyone else.
Originally published on: June 3, 2016
You may have noticed that we took our summer vacation a little early around here. Despite the predicted extra-long delays this travel season and the predictably packed flights, once we actually got airborne we couldn’t help noticing how patient, understanding and long-suffering our flight crews were. Until it comes to their retirement, that is. Thanks… Read more »
Originally published on: May 6, 2016
Everyone understands that if the odds of a coin toss are 50/50, we might as well flip that coin. But what if those odds aren’t so clear? In a groundbreaking piece of research, economist Daniel Kahnemann found that we consistently disregard the actual outcomes involved in winning and losing.
Originally published on: February 12, 2016
For everyday investors, managed accounts offer the best of two worlds. These clever investment tools combine the convenience of an all-in-one fund with the professional, active management features most such options lack. And in the retirement plan world, they’re slowly taking over. According to a recent Fidelity study, an increasing number of retirement plans are… Read more »