Every day you’re inundated with information about investing. You’d be well advised to ignore almost all of it.
If you decide to buy a home, you will hear a lot about the benefits of not paying off your mortgage.
You need to be sure your loved ones have adequate insurance protection in the event of your untimely death. Term insurance is appealing because of its lower cost, but consider the benefits of a policy that can be converted to whole life.
The financial media is filled with “pseudo-profound” nonsense. Your ability to reach your financial goals may depend on identifying and ignoring it.
In sports, and in most other areas of human endeavor, amateurs don’t stand a chance against “pros.” Investing is different.
When you give these new instructions to your advisor, you’ve taken a giant step towards reaching your retirement goals.