Recently, I shared a video on how our family lives comfortably on $80,000 per year.
Some of the comments I received said this was definitely not enough to be comfortable, while others said that was plenty.
That begs the question ... how much is enough to live comfortably?
Nicole and I explore the topic after a conversation she had recently with a friend.
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Target Date Funds are rapidly surging in popularity lately.
Investors are flocking to this “set it and forget it” retirement tool as an easy way to diversify their portfolio and eliminate the fees of working with a high-cost broker.
But what are the pros and cons? I dive into my thoughts on the subject.
Also, we answer a question about whether it makes sense to decrease retirement investments to pay down the mortgage quicker.
Last but not least, my daughter Zoey joins me for another money quiz!
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Are you trying to decide whether a Roth or Traditional IRA is best for you?
Certified Financial Planner Echo Huang joins us to help answer this important question and we discuss other important decisions when it comes to your retirement investing.
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