Archive for March 2021
Can Money Buy Happiness?
In 2010, a study was published by two Nobel prize-winning economists purporting that people with more money feel better about their lives. However, that held true only up to an…Read More
That Pesky Early Withdrawal Penalty: It’s There for a Reason
One way for the government to potentially earn more tax revenue is by eliminating the early withdrawal penalty. This is the typical 10%-tax penalty on distributions from retirement accounts by…Read More
Is the Market Poised for a Value Shift?
The stock market continues to exhibit resiliency in the face of disrupting factors, ranging from a global pandemic to a severe economic decline to a controversial presidential election. For many…Read More
Retirement Planning Insights
Amid lost jobs and a scaled-back economy in 2020, some workers may have decided to retire earlier than planned. There are a couple of Social Security strategies worth considering in…Read More
What Is The Value of a CEO Pledge?
As it turns out, the value of the 2019 pledge signed by 181 U.S. corporate CEOs was a fairly good deal for themselves and their shareholders … although less so…Read More