Andrea Pettis

128 Post

How to Keep Your Retirement Plan on Track

Few things ever go exactly according to plan. That’s true for life and it’s true for creating a retirement plan. T

Are Fees Chipping Away at Your Retirement Funds?

What’s one or two percentage points in a five-, six- or seven-figure portfolio? That’s a very good question. If

Resolving to Boost – and Balance – Your Retirement Savings

The New Year’s resolution is something that we all talk about a lot, but often don’t seem to take very seriously. Most of

Year in Review: Time to Check in with Your Retirement Portfolio

The end of the year is often an ideal time to reflect and assess. And that's especially true when it comes to your retirement

Approaching Retirement? Don’t Sell Your Stocks

There's an old adage that if you're approaching retirement, you should get out of stocks. Here's why that theory is wrong.

Rethinking Your 401K Strategy

Do you contribute the maximum amount to your 401K? Is your employer matching at 100 percent? For many responsible inve

Five Steps toward an Early Retirement

Not saving enough for an early retirement? Some simple ways investing in stocks can help you get where you need to be. Whe

Are You Saving Too Much for Retirement?

First, let’s make one thing clear: The retirement savings crisis is real. Almost half of all working households have no