Maybe you think you want a revenue stream or you’re thinking about saving towards retirement. At any rate, you’ve decided you want to add investment real estate to your portfolio.
Wait a minute. Please take a little bit of time to step back and evaluate whether this is the best thing for your personal financial situation. Investing in real estate isn’t Continue reading
If you’re looking into real estate investments, you likely want to earn wealth on real estate based on risk you are taking, while minimizing the amount of time you need to spend attending to the property. In order to accomplish this, you need to make Continue reading
It looks as if Airbnb Inc. – the online service that lets people rent their homes to travelers – may become one of the world’s most valuable startups. The company is reportedly in advanced talks with private equity firms to raise funds that would give it overall market value of $10 billion – higher than major hotel brands such as Wyndham Worldwide (US$9.4 billion) or Hyatt (US$8.4 billion). With a strategy to clearly position themselves as a full-blown hospitality brand, such comparisons are both interesting and relevant. But are the company’s ambitions realistic? Continue reading
The word on Wall Street is: Prepare for lousy stock and bond returns for years. CNNMoney looks at how to play this low return market.
One of the most hotly contested questions in personal finance is the debate over the safe withdrawal rate for retirees. That is, how much can someone expect to spend sustainably from their investments during their retirement years?
This question seemingly has the power to drive people to madness, perhaps because it brings up a fundamental reality about our existence. When it comes to financial market returns, we cannot predict the future. What do we need to do to be safe? Continue reading
Do you know the difference between a 401K and a Roth IRA account? Continue reading
People have to change their investing style in order to retire. Continue reading
Roth savings accounts help protect you from an increase in tax rate Continue reading
Those between 56 and 61 are more likely to have an account (61%), while those between 32 and 37 are least likely to have one (51%). Continue reading