Dave and Elise have healthy savings. They asked Sensible to calculate their financial options based on future family and career decisions.
Financial Planning Basics
100 years after Charles Ponzi created his famous scam, investors can still fall prey to financial fraud. Here are some tips to avoid it.
Social Security retirement benefits are most Americans’ retirement income foundation. Do you know how the SSA calculates your benefits?
Fighting COVID-19 is pricey. Social distancing and quarantines have stalled the economy. The CARES Act seeks to mitigate costs for business and individuals.
Often, people don’t start planning for retirement until later in life. To get the best results, it’s wise to begin financial planning young.
At Sensible Financial we spend a lot of time thinking about and advising on Social Security. A search on our website yields over a dozen articles. For most Americans, Social Security is their largest asset. (If it is not your largest asset it is still likely to be a very large asset). Choosing when you[Learn more…]
It’s July, close to the beginning of college search season for high school juniors and seniors. I looked at colleges 6 years ago, and there were several aspects of my search that I found valuable: starting research early, discussing financial parameters with my parents, and applying to a broad, varied list. Maybe my experience will[Learn more…]