One of the most difficult conversations that grown children can have with their parents is a discussion about mom and dad’s finances.
What will make you happier?
Buying stuff or spending money on experiences?
Global equities had mixed performance in the third quarter with large U.S. stocks inching higher and small U.S. stocks falling 2.4%. Foreign stocks struggled in the face of trade negotiations and ongoing tariff disputes.
Saving for college through contributions into a 529 college savings plan is an excellent way to ultimately cover at least part of the price of a college degree.
If you are planning to sell your house, plenty of ways exist to boost your home’s sale price. Here are six things you can do to increase your home’s value for little or no cost.
For over 28 years, Dowling & Yahnke has invested client assets as fiduciaries. Our firm is independent with respect to the investment vehicles we use, freeing us to design portfolios we believe will best meet client objectives. We continuously scrutinize our investment philosophy and the tools we use, challenging our thinking and experience to ensure our clients receive the best experience possible based on their financial objectives, risk appetite, and tax situation. In this quarter’s newsletter, we will explore our longstanding relationship with Dimensional Fund Advisors (DFA). While DFA mutual funds represent a minority portion of the assets we use in building portfolios, many of the philosophical and practical concepts underpinning DFA’s approach also permeate our thinking.
Here are four tips that will help graduates to become much more marketable and give them an earnings boost if they choose a soft major.
With the summer travel season upon us, here are 12 tips to make your vacation a memorable one.
Following a turbulent end to 2018, financial markets are off to a fast start in 2019. The U.S. stock market has recouped its December losses with both large and small company stocks making sizeable gains. Foreign stocks rose over 10% in the first quarter but are still clawing their way back from a lackluster 2018. Quietly, bonds had a stellar quarter (considering the low interest rate environment of the last decade), notching their highest quarterly return since early 2016.
The college admission scandal that hit the press recently generated a tremendous amount of outrage, as well as endless questions about the entire college process.