We’re heading into the weekend, and that means another episode of the Mullooly Asset Podcast is set to drop in the next few hours! Be sure to click this link and check out all of the previous episodes as well!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘Investing By Age Series: Investing in Your 40’s’ – Peter Lazaroff
- Each stage in your life requires slightly different investing goals. While the long-term goals may remain the same, the short and intermediate needs differ. Peter outlines what many people in their 40’s think about while investing.
‘How a Year Without Student Loan Payments Have Changed People’s Lives’ – Annie Nova – CNBC
- It’s been roughly 12 months since certain pandemic-relief measures came into play, one of which being student loan deferment. This article looks at how saving that money each month has affected individuals.
‘How to Become a Financial Advisor’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor
- The two most popular questions Michael gets from his podcast are “what do I do with my cash?” and “how do I become a financial advisor?” Michael uses this article to answer the second question.
‘The First Question You Should Ask About In-Retirement Withdrawal Rates’ – Christine Benz – Morningstar
- You may have heard about the retirement withdrawal “4% rule”, but is that still the right number? Christine starts off this post by asking if 3% is the new 4%? She walks readers through what to consider when thinking about withdrawal rates.