I've found that the two main reasons why people don't make progress with achieving their financial goals are Time and Knowledge. We get bogged down by things at work and want to spend any free time with our families or doing things we enjoy. It can also be overwhelming to know where to start when
A lot of people with Medicare wrongly believe that having only Parts A and B will be sufficient. With open enrollment period in full swing, now is the time to make adjustments to get complete coverage. In this episode, Marc Bautis welcomes returning guest Victoria Finlay to uncover why Parts A
Statistics show that the average person will change jobs 11 times over the course of their life. What happens to their 401(k)? In this episode, Marc Bautis talks about the five 401(k) options a person has when they leave their job. It turns out that this is one of the most important
Episode 10 - Financial Workshops Part 1: Maximizing Your Social Security Marc Bautis’ newest series covers content from the financial planning workshops that he and his team put on in North Jersey. In this first part, Marc teaches you how to maximize your Social Security benefit and he
#9 - Understanding Risk in Your Portfolio Right now the markets are a little precarious and have been more volatile in the last month than they have been over the past decade. Are you wondering how much risk exposure you have in your portfolio? Today, Marc Bautis explains how
Uses of a Roth IRA Roth IRAs are similar to Traditional IRAs, but the main difference between the two is how they are taxed. Traditional IRA contributions are made with pre-tax dollars whereas Roth IRA contributions are made with after-tax dollars. Another major difference between the two
Smart investing can overcome the power of emotion by focusing on relevant research, solid data and proven strategies. Here are principles that can help fight the urge to make emotional decisions in times of market turmoil.
I think it’s safe to say that the most infamous mountain in the world to climb is Mount Everest. More than 280 people have lost their lives trying to make it through the clouds to its 29,029-foot summit. Some have made it their life long mission to navigate its dangerous terrain to hopefully get to