Dollar-cost averaging (DCA)—investing the same fixed amount of money in a particular fund (or portfolio) at regular intervals—is a technique that helps you avoid the risk of putting all your money in the stock market at the wrong time. If the stock market is
Many strategies exist to help you maximize Social Security income, depending upon your family situation and stage of life. This article touches upon just three strategies that can be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to many people.
Roth IRA conversions have gained popularity, thanks to the removal of the income cap on conversions several years ago. A Roth IRA allows your principal and earnings to grow completely tax-free, because contributions are made to a Roth IRA after tax.