For Mets fans, today is a special day. On this day 4 years ago, Bartolo Colon hit his first (and only) home run in his major league career. For those baseball fans out there, you know just how improbable that really was.
Hopefully we get to see more improbably baseball feats sooner rather than later!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Given the rule changes from Washington, this year can really make an impact on someone’s retirement. Peter outlines 7 things to do, or not do, with your retirement accounts based on the new changes.
- When it comes to personal finance, having a plan is important. But you need to actually follow that plan for it to work. As Tadas explains, nowadays we need plans for just about everything while we begin to venture out into the world again. The stakes are too high for the time being to operate without one.
- Trying to find the optimal investment portfolio is a difficult task, but a more important one is finding the right portfolio for YOU. In his latest post, Nick takes a look at a few different investment mixes and tries to outline which might be best for certain people.
- For those people receiving stimulus checks while still working, this article takes a look at which people would be best served saving their check versus which paying off credit card debt. These are unique times we are living in, so the traditional rules may not be pertinent to your situation.