The most pressing question I had after finishing William A. Birdthistle’s Empire of the Fund was “okay, so what do we DO?”
Many companies offer special benefits to their shareholders — travel discounts, wine, and more.
These ETFs exclude stocks from companies that fail to meet environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria.
I’ve made a lot of mistakes in life and in personal finance, but the one thing I did right was invest in my 401(k) immediately upon starting my first career-building job in 2008.
After the initial shock wore off, it was time to figure out what to do with all those dollars.
Earlier this month, I became a Vanguard Voyager Client — and since then I’ve had two conversations with a Vanguard Personal Advisor, so I wanted to give you an update.
As you might remember, I just became a Vanguard Voyager Client — and yesterday, I had my first conversation with Vanguard Personal Advisor Services.
Also, Vanguard thinks I might already be saving enough for retirement?
It’s been nearly half a year since I committed a percentage of my freelance income to buying and holding.