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Baby Steps To Help You Save for Retirement

Unless you want to keep working forever, you've got to learn how to save more today for your retirement tomorrow. Why you need to get started saving -- now! What percent of Americans contribute to an IRA or Roth IRA? Less than one in four, according to one new survey. ...

Where Can You Turn as a Small Investor?

If you're a small investor, where can you turn and what can you do when you need investment advice? Free and pay investing advice for the small investor With investing, it's like an alphabet soup. You've got the 401(k), Roth IRA, traditional IRA, SEP, and one and on. But when ...

The average 401(k) fee — a modest-sounding 1 percent — can wipe $70,000 out of the typical retirement account compared with lower-cost plans that are widely available, according to a new study.

5 Costly Retirement Planning Mistakes

The majority of us are aware that the retirement statistics in America are alarming.  Studies tell us that half of all Americans say they can’t afford retirement, and one-third have next to no retirement savings. People are unprepared and don’t realize the impact that costly mistakes can make on their ...

Social Security Calculator Tells You the Best Time To Take Benefits

AARP has a calculator that can help you determine the optimal time for you to start taking Social Security. When is the best time for you to take Social Security benefits? I get a call a week from people in their early 60s trying to figure out when to start ...

Women: You need to invest more

Women: You need to invest more

Women don't save enough for retirement. Clark explains why, and what steps you can take right now to catch up.

Clark's Investment Guide

When I talk with someone getting started saving for the future, I sometimes notice their eyes glaze over as I answer their question. It's typical -- investing can seem so complicated that you might feel tempted to shut down and do nothing -- or hire a salesperson to guide you.  ...


Robo-Advisor vs. Digital Advisor: What's Right For You?

There’s no arguing that technology has made an indescribable impact on our everyday lives.  With all of the innovations staring at us practically every minute, it makes it hard to remember the “old days.”  Harken back to when your print newspaper was waiting for you on the front step in ...

Acorns and Robin Hood Geared Toward the Smartphone Investor

I'm asked a lot of questions about a free app named Acorns that lets you invest small dribs and drabs of change from larger purchases. Acorns turn your spare change into investment money Here's how this works: You give Acorns your log-in info for your credit or debit card accounts, ...


4 Retirement Planning Tips For Women

I have some disturbing news where women are definitely not living life equal to men. Women tend to live 5 years longer than men on average. Yet they save far more less money for retirement than men, and they tend to invest too conservatively, according to a new study from ...

The Truth About the Financial Habits of Gen Y

Millennials have been called many things -- and lots of the labels older generations tried to stick on Gen Y conflict with what we’ve grown up to be. When the Millennial generation was still coming of age and the majority of us were 19 or younger, we were called narcissistic, ...

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