Why Investing Early (and Continually) Matters

A Tale of Two Cases By Nick Schafer We all have learned about compounding interest in our high school or college math classes (or from credit card balances), but few have recognized the power of it from an investing standpoint. Let me show you two cases to prove my point. Earl, a hardworking accountant, hasContinue reading “Why Investing Early (and Continually) Matters”

Social Security: a Brief History and Concepts

The modern program of Social Security was established on August 14, 1935, by Franklin D. Roosevelt when he signed the Social Security Act. The program was created as mandatory social insurance designed to pay retired workers over the age of 65 or older a continuing income after retirement. Social Security has evolved into becoming theContinue reading “Social Security: a Brief History and Concepts”