The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is a U.S. government oversight organization charged with overseeing and enforcing our nation’s federal securities laws. Founded at the peak of the Great Depression and after the passing of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the agency’s mission consists of three primary objectives:
Protecting Main Street investors who depend upon the nation’s financial markets to help create their financial wellness and future financial security
By Nikki Young, CFP®
Northwest Financial Advisors
Many of us vow to lose weight and get in better physical shape in the new year. And unfortunately, many of us fail. Instead of spending money on an expensive gym membership or fancy workout gear, consider putting that money toward your retirement nest egg next year.
Increasing your retirement savings may not be as hard as you think. And it sure beats dieting! Here are some tips to help you get started — or restarted — on your retirement savings.
Make retirement savings a priority once your children leave home
By R. Todd Holden, Financial Advisor