Tag archive for ‘retirement’
betterment review
By LaTisha Styles On Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

401k Rollover Process with Betterment-Review

Are you a job-hopping millennial? Don’t leave your 401(k) behind! Here’s how to do a 401k rollover into a passive investing account. This is my experience of opening a traditional rollover account with Betterment. My More...

By Ginger Dean On Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

Preparing for Retirement: Discover the Three Essential Keys to Helping You Enjoy a Financially Secure Future

I recently read that a woman turning 65 today has a 50% change of living to age 88! And for a 65 year old married couple, at least one spouse has a 50% chance of living to age 92! That makes me stop and think. Although More...

social security card
By Ginger Dean On Thursday, November 19th, 2015

Because We Need To Understand Social Security Benefits

Last month, I told you about a new seminar called Preparing for Retirement and how it covers the three essential keys you should take into consideration to create a comfortable retirement for yourself, including More...

Ask LaTisha!
By LaTisha Styles On Tuesday, February 24th, 2015

How Can I Create Diversified Retirement Portfolio? | Ask LaTisha

Today’s question comes from Jody in regards to creating a retirement investing portfolio. How would you invest for retirement? Leave your suggestions in the comments below. Share this:FacebookTwitterEmailPrint More...

By LaTisha Styles On Thursday, April 3rd, 2014

How Can I Invest With a 401K Plan?

Investing in a 401K is the best way to secure your future and have a snug retirement plan in place for when you stop working. Each year a report on How America Saves is released by Vanguard. According to research More...


Did you know?

African Americans are significantly more likely to have some type of debt (94%) compared with the general population (82%). Credit card debt, student loan debt, and personal loans are all significantly higher in the African American community.

Source: Prudential’s 2013 "African American Financial Experience" study