Minimum Payment = Maximum ExpenseSubmitted by Robert Gordon & Associates, Inc on January 15th, 2020
Credit cards: A minimum payment might help you in the short term but could be one of your most expensive decisions.
Want to be your credit card company’s favorite customer? Just max out your card’s limit, agree to pay interest at a rate of 18 percent to 25 percent, and make only the minimum payment each month.
Is a Career in Wealth Management or Financial Planning Right for You?Submitted by Robert Gordon & Associates, Inc on January 14th, 2020
Wealth management is a financial services term that gets thrown around a lot and, yet, is not well understood even by people in the business. Wealth management and financial planning are very similar paths. They both assist clients with investment decisions and goals. However, what uniquely distinguishes the field of wealth management from financial planning is the clients.
20 Financial Resolutions for 2020Submitted by Robert Gordon & Associates, Inc on January 10th, 2020
Don't abbreviate 2020. It's for your own good!Submitted by Robert Gordon & Associates, Inc on January 6th, 2020
How to Teach Young Children to Save and InvestSubmitted by Robert Gordon & Associates, Inc on January 2nd, 2020
It can be both fun and educational for your kids.
When it comes to teaching children about money, you should get them involved early…as young as 7 or 8 years of age. Have them help with the bill paying. Expose them to preparing your tax return. And, if you have the money, set up a brokerage account for them. Let them pick a stock or two.