The only drawback I see with this ETF is its high expense ratio. Currently, the ratio is 0.8%. Generally, you want a ratio between 0.5% to 0.75% .
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The right age to take your benefits is a personal decision, but for me, the answer is a no-brainer.
Like many soon-to-be retirees, Tanja Hester and Mark Bunge can’t wait to travel the world. But unlike most of their retired peers, the couple won’t enjoy any senior discounts along the way. That’s because Hester is 38, and Bunge is just about to turn 41. Read more
You’ll be allowed to contribute an extra $500 to your 401(k) next year. The government will raise the contribution limit to $18,500 from $18,000 in 2018. It reassesses the limit annually. Read more
Our story starts in 2004, a period in ancient times before the launch of Youtube. This is the year I graduated from law school and started what would be my job for the next seven years (in engineering, not law). My starting salary at a small engineering consulting firm was $48,000. The salary negotiation was bizarre….
The fast way to $1 million is by saving. You have to start saving now. Grant from Millennial Money, tells us in this article how he went from $2.26 to over a $1 million. He did it by saving each day. You too can achieve this if you apply yourselves and get serious about investing. I…
There is a great post from The Money Habit, on 401k’s. The article is titled, “Everything You Wanted To Know About 401ks – Choosing A Fund, Reading a Prospectus, and More.”. It is a great article.