Young adults age 20 to 30 are often referred to as Generation Y or Millennials, but there is a more obvious name circulating: Generation Impatient. They are smart, ambitious and will quit anything that doesn’t get them promoted, acquired or making more money. It might sound like a good idea and seem entirely possible, but there are reasons to avoid seeking instant success. The question then becomes: Will they pause long enough to hear why?
Most of the rest of the country looks good. But what happened to Idaho?
Relying on a fixed withdrawal percentage is unrealistic, Michael Finke says in a ThinkAdvisor webinar.
These plans were hit hard due not only to stock exposure but also to some riskier bond holdings, according to Morningstar.
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