Believe it or not, you can improve your finances in a big way by making several small money moves.
Algorithms seem to be in control of everything these days, from the ads we see on Facebook, the shows we watch on Netflix, to what we find when we search on Google.
But what if there were an algorithm that could help you invest smarter? Something that could maximize returns and minimize risk, while possessing smart features such as automatic rebalancing and tax-loss harvesting?
Especially for new investors, wouldnât it make sense to give this a try?</
If you have a special child in your life, you may be wondering what to put under the tree this year. One long-lasting and truly meaningful way to show the child in your life that you care is by taking…
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According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), raising a child to the age of 18 sets families back an average of $233,610, and thatâs for each child. This figure doesnât even include the cost of college, which is growing faster than inflation. CollegeBoard data found that for the 2019-2020 school year, the average in-state, […]
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A contingent beneficiary is a person, estate or trust that receives the assets of a person who dies if the primary beneficiary, for any reason, cannot receive the assets. It is commonly recommended by attorneys when their clients are making a will to have at least one contingent beneficiary. It is possible to have several […]
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When creating an estate plan, one of the most basic documents you may wish to include is a will. If you have a more complicated estate, you might also need to have a trust in place. Both a will and … Continue reading →
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