Every quarter we analyze recent market trends and performance, looking at their impact on your wealth, the economy more generally, and our investment strategy. See what we have to say this quarter.
The 2,600 pages of U.S. tax rules remains a playground for experts to find for their clients that are nearly impossible for the bulk of non-experts to benefit from.
United Income has developed a framework for a new, low-cost approach to investing and managing wealth that we call Efficient Investing.
Income inequality among older Americans has been shrinking in recent decades due to sometimes unnecessary decisions to restrict spending.
Consumers aged 60 or older are taking out debt faster than any other age group, which may curb their ability to fully enjoy retirement.
The average retiree is actually accumulating wealth, rather than depleting their assets as they age.
Due to declining financial optimism, the average adult 60 years or older will trim their spending by about 2.5 percent every year, or by about 20 percent over a 10-year period.
Rather than relying solely on benchmarks, your retirement investment portfolio should consider your specific, personal liabilities.
Simply drawing down the most heavily taxed accounts first is not always the right approach.
We are bringing to life a simple and effective money management approach, one that takes care of your day-to-day needs while maximizing your income and ability to reach your goals as you age.