It is commonly thought that the three most important factors in real estate are location, location and location. Well, that age-old adage can also apply to a family’s savings and investment portfolio.
In the fast-moving world of college and professional athletics, it has been our experience that there are several misconceptions regarding benefits packages and employer-sponsored retirement plans. We will attempt to clarify two of the most common misconceptions and also share a case study showing their impact.
One thing you can control is your ability to make sure your financial planning is solid, especially if you find yourself battling through difficulties that may arise from an unexpected job change. Here is a checklist of action steps you may want to address sooner rather than later.
Create your financial goals with these tips. The first step is understanding how you spend and save today. Listed here are tips to help you.
Countless families in coaching are facing the financial reality of a reduced income or benefits package in the near term. So now what?
With the beginning of preseason camp (hopefully) around the corner, there is no better time to make sure your financial affairs and budgets are in order.
Like a disciplined team that overcomes adversity, disciplined investors have reason to be hopeful their financial investments will prevail over uncertainty.
Many coaches take comfort in knowing they have a solid framework to help tackle the important aspects of the financial side of their unique profession.
Football coaches who want to get the most out of retirement must take a hard look at how they are saving today and prepare for their own fourth quarter.
Don’t look back on your career and realize the area where you didn’t pay close attention was the one that determined the life you lead after football.