Education

GuideVine’s Summer Scoop 2016

GuideVine's Summer Scoop returns for 2016! From June 1st through August 31st, watch short daily videos from financial experts answering common financial questions. By the end of the summer, you'll be a lot more confident and knowledgeable about personal finance.

By GuideVine, ago
Education

Finances and Females

Women in today's workforce have steadily grown to be the breadwinners in their household which creates unique financial planning challenges. Looking for a female perspective on the matter, we asked a couple of female financial planners who use GuideVine to provide their insights and experience on how women can approach their financial planning.

By Jane Hodges, ago
Insurance

Fiduciary Rule is Good for Investors and the Industry

After years of discussion and an extensive review and consultation process with the financial services industry, the Department of Labor (DOL) has announced its final fiduciary rule. The new rule will require financial advisors in a variety of settings to act in their clients’ fiduciary interests when recommending investments, rather than rely on the less stringent “suitability” standard previously governing brokers.

By Raghav Sharma, ago
Estate Planning

Why Working During Retirement is a Good Idea

After a long career the thought of retirement is on most people's mind, but the way retirement looks today is much different. Staying active by giving back time and lending your expertise in a different industry can be rewarding experience, may benefit your health and boost your retirement income while helping you to stay engaged with your passions.

By Zina Kumok, ago
Family Finances

Smart Money Moves in your 30s

Our 30s are when many of us become serious about our financial lives. Bad habits from our 20s are left behind as we recognize the importance of control and establishing a solid financial foundation. With some smart money moves, you can empower yourself with the skills and knowledge to take advantage of life-changing opportunities and start the path towards retirement.

By Josie Lee, ago
Family Finances

Five Smart Money Moves in your 40s

Your 40s are the “rush hour” of life. Many people are juggling rising careers, hectic personal life, children, etc. That extends to their finances as well. With some smart money moves, you can find balance among these competing priorities and position yourself for success financially and retirement.

By Josie Lee, ago
Investments

Smart Money Moves in your 50s

Your 50s are a critical decade for your finances and retirement planning. What you do, or don’t do here, can set you up for your 60s, 70s, 80s and beyond. With some smart money moves now, even if you have to work in retirement, you won’t feel like you will be working forever.

By Josie Lee, ago
Investments

How Should I Respond to Volatile Markets?

Stock market fluctuations are an inevitable part of investing. Giant swings in the market have happened in the past, and will continue to happen in the future. A common mistake investors make is to let their anxieties and fears get the better of them during tumultuous markets.

By Josie Lee, ago
Family Finances

Financial Planning for Physicians and Their Distinct Financial Challenges

People outside the medical community often view the lifestyle of a doctor as driving Porches and buying vacation homes. The opposite is more of a reality. Physicians face high medical school debt, coupled with years of low wages during residency. This means that most physicians need to focus on financial planning as early in their careers as possible to set themselves up for financial stability.

By Laura Willard, ago
Family Finances

To Fall in Love With Your Finances, Do This

It’s easy to stick your head in the sand when it comes to personal finance, even when you know you shouldn’t. So our author challenged herself to come up with 36 questions that could help her get more comfortable with her personal finances or, dare we say it, actually fall in love with them.

By GuideVine, ago