Your home is an important part of your financial plan because we have to consider your rent or mortgage, utility bills, maintenance, and taxes as part of your monthly and long-term financial picture. But to get the best life possible with the money you have, your home should also be a safe place that makes you feel comfortable and relaxed.
As an investment, Bitcoin elicits polarizing views. Proponents may argue that bitcoin is on the verge of the greatest bull run ever, while critics consider the currency worthless and a fraud.
We understand why so many people stick with jobs that don’t provide meaning—it’s the money. And working “for the money” is not all bad. Having financial security so we can provide for our families is obviously a worthy reason. However, as important as money is, feeling that the work we do is meaningful matters too. It’s better for our health. It’s better for our relationships. And it just makes getting up in the morning much more desirable.
Mission Wealth is pleased to announce that we have been named one of Inc. magazine’s Best Workplaces for 2018 with standout employee engagement. This is the publication’s third annual national ranking in the fast-growing private company sector.
Client Advisor Ryan Niedbalski is the focus of our spotlight for the month of May. In his role at the firm, he works to understand client needs and develops investment, estate, and financial planning strategies to best meet clients’ current and long-term goals. He takes pride in helping clients learn how to put their hard-earned savings to work and see their legacies develop. An alum and a lifelong fan of Louisiana State University, Ryan is busy on autumn Saturdays watching Tiger games.
Mission Wealth’s social values portfolios create a basket of stocks that mimic the broader market and rank highly on a scorecard of environmental, social and corporate governance practices.
It’s been a tough start to the year for the bond market, as interest rates have continued to grind higher on the back of increased inflationary pressures and anticipated Fed rate rises.
If you feel like your life is something that just happens to you, it’s time to reassess how you’re spending your time. Feeling that your life has purpose will become more and more critical to your emotional and physical well-being as you age — especially when you finally retire.
Most people consider insurance an important part of their financial plan. But do you also have an insurance philosophy that you use to determine exactly how much coverage you need? We share four important questions that will help you crystalize your insurance philosophy.
If you’re struggling to stay active as you age, or worried that you can’t afford a healthier lifestyle, come talk to us. We’ll help you review your budget, analyze your long-term financial plan, and offer suggestions on how to get the best life possible with the money you have.