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Investing in your own business makes sense. Many businesses achieve significant growth each year. However, when you consider that many small businesses fold every year, it becomes clear that banking your retirement solely on the success of your business might not be the best idea. There is no guarantee that your business will continue to grow or even maintain its current value.
An IRA is a fantastic way to build long-term wealth, but it can be tricky knowing which stocks, mutual funds or ETFs are best to own in one. There are thousands of securities to choose from, and they don't all deserve a spot in your portfolio. How do you separate the good from the bad? It can help to establish some ground rules.
The American Health Care Act — Republicans’ proposal to repeal and replace Obamacare — is inching closer to a vote this week after two months of heated debate and a failed first attempt to pass the bill on March 24. The bill would likely cause millions to lose health insurance coverage.
Virtually every investment has some type of risk associated with it. The stock market rises and falls. An increase in interest rates can cause a decline in the bond market. No matter what you decide to invest in, risk is something you must consider. One key to successful investing is managing risk while maintaining the potential for adequate returns on your investments.
Without fail as Tax Day approaches every year, the mind whirls while you check boxes and fill in numbers about everything you could have, should have, would have done to save more money on taxes. Could you have saved more? Invested better? Been smarter at charitable giving? Probably.