Posts Tagged ‘investing’

Q&A with a CPA: Self-Employed Retirement Accounts

  Q: What are some ways to invest my money (retirement/401k etc) that will be a tax write off for next year’s taxes? – Nicolle O., Nicolle Osequeda Counseling KCL, CPA: This is a great question because there are actual...

Q&A with a CPA: Should I Liquidate My 401k?

  Q: Some stock market experts are predicting another bubble burst. How do I handle my 401k investments before another massive stock market crash? A: The answer here has to do with dollar-cost averaging. According to Inves...

Being Able to Retire: So Much More Than Just Luck

  The other day a friend asked if saving 18 percent was enough to be saving for retirement. Instead of giving a simple yes or no answer as was expected, I had to answer with a question of my own, “How much do you want to...


Q&A with a CPA: Investment Terms

  Now that we know there’s no such thing as a “safe” investment, let’s take some time to define some of the terms you’ll need to understand to get started on saving for long-term goals like re...

There’s No Such Thing As A Safe Investment

I’ve had a lot of questions about investing lately – Should I invest? What should I invest in? How much should I invest? While it’s hard to answer these questions in a way that will apply to everyone, it’s clear to me t...