Last week on the Living With Money blog, I wrote about becoming a great investor. People tend to fixate on choosing great investments, but becoming a great investor yourself is much more important. Find out how in my latest post!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- For the last 30 years, the general rule of thumb for a safe withdrawal rate in retirement has been 4% a year. The creator of that rule, Bill Bengen, recently said now it could actually be over 5%. Ben writes about the factors playing into finding the ideal withdrawal rate in retirement.
- With so many other financial decisions in the front of peoples’ minds, long-term care sometimes takes a back seat. However, long-term care is becoming more important for people, and this article outlines how you can pay for it.
- Value investing is just finding low priced, cheap companies and buying them when no one else will, right? No so fast! In his latest post, Daniel talks about the other things that go into value investing that people overlook.
- The coronavirus shutdown a large portion of this country’s economy, but credit scores on average rose over the summer. How? This article looks at what happened to the average Americans’ credit score over the last few months.