When I started my new job in 2013, I immediately signed up for the company 401k program and maxed that baby out. CHECK!
For the last two years, my wife and I have both maxed out the contributions on our Roth IRAs. DOUBLE CHECK!
We’re hopeful that this diligent tax-favored savings plan of ours will pay dividends (literally and figuratively). Our overall balances have been growing steadily and we’re in it for the long run.
But … Now what?
Continue reading “Why Your Family Needs a Health Savings Account (HSA)”
Our second question of the month comes from Angela from California:
I’m enjoying your podcast and wanted to ask you a question as I’m starting to get into more aggressively saving for my retirement.
I’m 32 years old. I recently modified my contributions to my workplace 401k so I’ll be maxing it out at $18,500 this year. I recently paid off my last student loan and had extra money. My husband is matching his 401k too after a little convincing. So we’re really getting serious about our retirement savings now. Both our companies match so that’s another perk.
I do feel like I’m behind overall though. Where else should we consider investing outside of our 401k?
Any feedback you have would be great.
Continue reading “I’ve maxed out my 401k. Where else can I invest?”
It is so important to evolve and to keep up with the ever-changing world. Because when we’re complacent and stuck in our ways, opportunities, excitement and potential wealth can pass us by.
I’ve invited someone on the show today who lives by this credo and his name is Rocky Lalvani.
Rocky is a life and money coach who has built a multi-million dollar fortune, not from his coaching biz, but from living a life focused on flexibility, frugality, and family.
Continue reading “Don’t Time the Market – with Rocky Lalvani”
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