Many people believe it’s better to take their required minimum distribution (RMD) at the end of the year in order to maximize tax-deferred growth within their accounts. While on the surface this makes sense, there are several reasons why it may be more beneficial to take your RMD early in the year.
If you’d like to be more intentional in your giving, it may make sense to establish a charitable giving strategy.
While investors who are decades away from retirement have plenty of time to recover from a market correction, those nearing or currently living in retirement don’t have the luxury of time on their side.
Health savings accounts (HSAs) offer a flexible way to save for healthcare expenses, both while you’re working and during retirement.