Hi, everyone. For this Tuesday we take a look at the Experian State of Credit report. An interesting article tells us about the double edge sword of perfectionism, and how to manage it with balance for achieving results. One professor has taken it upon themselves to teach workshops on financial literacy to those of various economic backgrounds. We take a look at the tightened CFP rules for advisors. And learn how to contribute to your retirement through a Roth 401(k).
Experian, a consumer credit reporting company that supports more than 300 million people and 40 million businesses across the U.S., just released its latest State of Credit report.
Perfectionism is a double-edged sword. On one hand, it can motivate you to perform at a high level and deliver top-quality work.
Professor offering financial-literacy workshops aims to make them relevant to students with diverse economic backgrounds
CFP Board already holds advisors to a fiduciary standard, and it acknowledges that many of the provisions for fee-only advisors will remain consistent when the new standards take effect.
Many workers now have the opportunity to contribute to a Roth plan alongside a traditional 401(k). But lots of people who would benefit from picking that option aren’t doing so.