July 14, 2015: Reevaluate Your Investments
Sometimes it’s hard to think about investing when you’re struggling to pay your bills each month, but whatever you’re doing with your money, you want to be sure you are telling it what to do, not the other way around.
Often times, when we do begin investing, it’s through an employer and we don’t give it much thought. At a minimum, get an investment check up every 5 years or after any major life change, such as marriage or birth. And most importantly, make sure you know who you’re consulting with. Just because someone has “Financial Advisor” on their business card doesn’t mean they’re equipped to handle your life savings.
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