When you walk into a bank, it is divided into two sections. Most people, that is what the bankers see as the "common folks," go into the line and wait for a teller. However, the people with money go to the other side and sit down with a financial strategist or money manager who personally... Continue Reading →
What to do with an Old 401k or IRA Account?
What to do with an Old 401k or IRA Account? What happens if you have an old 401k or IRA account from a previous employer? Most Financial Advisors will give you four options: First, just leave your account where it is. This is what most people do when the balance is above $5,000. Is this... Continue Reading →