The April 2021 Update
Will rising interest rates sink my bond investments? (Part 1)
Interest rates have been on the rise lately causing many investors to become increasingly nervous that the upward trend may have much further to go. Countless media sources are fanning these fears as they routinely produce content highlighting a host of possible catalysts to support even higher interest rates. This narrative typically ends with how devastating rising interest rates will be to your bond investments, often suggesting these investments are riskier than your stock holdings.
Don't Count on a Bonus or Recapturing Last Year's Paycut
If you are worried that your executive compensation may not meet your expectations in 2021, it’s best to prepare for the worst now. Here’s how.
Information for Employees of Chick-fil-A
Tips for Planning Your Pandemic Budget
Want to keep saving after the pandemic is over? Create new long-lasting money-saving habits. Wealth advisor Bud Boland talks to Fox 5 Atlanta and shares the habits his family has adopted in the last year.
Business Owners and Aviators: Hazardous Attitudes Lead to Failed Decision Making
As a pilot, I make hundreds of decisions on a single flight to get my family safely to our destination. Some of those decisions are conscious, and some are not. They all, however, are influenced by internal and external factors. Most importantly, they are influenced by experience and by attitude.
Getting a Mortgage in Retirement
Conventional wisdom says that you should owe nothing. But are there advantages to having a mortgage after you’re no longer working? Wealth Advisor Charlie Jordan looks at the pros and cons.