Employer-provided benefits are a great way for employees to maximize their compensation. Some basic benefits that employers provide are paid time off, 401(k) match, and health insurance. Some benefits are paid by the employer or are eligible to employees at lower prices than if they went out into the public market to purchase.
That same newsletter from Part 1 just published another article. This one was on the real estate market.
And while it was not as misleading as the Nasdaq vs tech fund issue, it did completely gloss over the largest sectors of this asset class.
I am sure you have seen this scenario. A car driving recklessly, way too fast, and weaving in and out of traffic. You think to yourself jokingly, “Wow, they must be in a hurry!” only to pull up next to them at the next red light. This is what I think about when I see someone betting on individual stocks, trying to time the ups and downs in the stock market.
BCR Wealth as a company does not have a political position. Of course, our employees as individuals each have their own opinions and vote as they choose. We work hard not to position our blog for one party or candidate. This blog is intended to follow that practice while answering the concerns that we are hearing and anticipate growing as the November election grows closer.
Of course, I’m talking about your life. After having your share of successes in the past, you may ask yourself, what is my measure of success right now, at this point in my life? As a woman, I can look over my past and evaluate whatever level of success I feel I have had is based on my education, family, children, and career (not always in the right priority!). At some p