Hi Emily. In my opinion, investors are too focused on the COST of various investments and not focused enough on the VALUE those investments provide. Instead of focusing on the cost, I would look for funds that meet your risk
Hi Emily - I'm assuming you are referring to the expense ratio of the funds. If so, it depends on the type of funds. If they are stock funds then that rate is reasonable. If they are bonds funds or index funds those expense
Thanks for your question. Typically, pensions do not allow loans. However, if you have a 401(K) then you should either review your Summary Plan Description (SPD) or speak with your Human Resources Director, because some 401(K)
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