How To Handle Your Investments During This Pandemic

How To Handle Your Investments During This Pandemic May 13, 2020 Goals, Investing, Planning, Saving COVID-19 has brought about many changes, including fluctuations and volatility of the market leaving many people uncertain about their next move, especially with their investments. You might be asking yourself: Will I be okay? How are my investments really impacted? Let’s talk […]

What is A 401(k) Rollover And How Can It Impact You?

What is A 401(k) Rollover And How Can It Impact You? Apr 1, 2020 Employee Benefits, Investing, Planning, Retirement, Saving Moving jobs can come with many changes: cleaning out your desk, onboarding and learning a role at your new employer, and adjusting to a different team and office environment. One thing people don’t always think […]

What’s Your “Enough” Number?

What’s Your “Enough” Number? Feb 5, 2020 Budgeting, Cash Flow, Goals, Planning, Retirement Do you remember the ING commercials that asked consumers: What’s your number? The idea was that everyone has a “number” that defines how much they need to retire. While it’s absolutely true that you need to set clear retirement savings goals for yourself, it’s also […]

Why it’s Time to Ask For That Raise

Why it’s Time to Ask For That Raise Feb 19, 2020 Employee Benefits, Human Capital, Income, Retirement If you’ve been a long-time reader of the Workable Wealth blog, you know our team advocates for taking charge of your finances, even when it’s uncomfortable, like asking for a raise. Nobody is as qualified as you to […]

What’s the Difference Between Saving and Investing?

What’s the Difference Between Saving and Investing? Nov 27, 2019 Budgeting, Cash Flow, Investing, Saving Do you know the difference between saving and investing? In the world of financial planning, the terms “investing” and “saving” are sometimes used interchangeably. The ideas are the same – you’re spending time and energy on setting money aside for […]