What Is a Fiduciary Financial Advisor? - SmartAsset
A fiduciary financial advisor must act in clients' best interests and disclose conflicts of interest. Here's why it's important to work with a fiduciary.
What Is an Indexed Annuity? | SmartAsset.com
An indexed annuity is a product designed for savers who want to preserve their principal while earning market-like returns. But is it too good to be true?
Betterment vs. FutureAdvisor: Which Robo-Advisor Is Best For You? - SmartAsset
In the Betterment vs. FutureAdvisor match-up, you'll find two attractive robo-advisors. Here, we compare their services, products and fees...
What Is a Deferred Annuity? | SmartAsset.com
A deferred annuity is a form of annuity with two phases, one where you invest money and a second where you can receive payments. Read more in this guide...
403(b) Contribution Limits 2018 | SmartAsset.com
If you have a 403(b), you are subject to the 403(b) contribution limits like any other retirement plan. In this guide, we discuss the 2018 limits.
The Top 10 Cities for a Worktirement – 2018 Edition - SmartAsset
For the third year in a row SmartAsset analyzed data to find the best cities for a worktirement. Cities that ranked well include Billings, Montana and
Testamentary Trust: Everything You Need to Know - SmartAsset
A testamentary trust is a type of trust created in a last will and testament which provides for the distribution of an estate into the established trust.
Thrift Savings Plans: What You Should Know - SmartAsset
A Thrift Savings Plan, or TSP, is a retirement savings plan for federal employees. Learn everything there is to know with our guide.
401(k) Fees: Everything You Need to Know - SmartAsset
401(k) fees can be complicated – and expensive. Our guide helps 401(k) holders understand 401(k) fees, and how they affect their retirement savings...
Is Discretionary Investment Management Right for You? - SmartAsset
Discretionary investment management is a type of investing where a wealth manager handles all the day-to-day decision making with your investments...
CPA vs. CFP: Which Is Right for You - SmartAsset
A CPA and CFP are both common financial professionals. CPAs work with taxes and accounting while CFPs tend to work with clients on financial plans...
Revocable Living Trusts: What They Are and How They Work - SmartAsset
A revocable living trust offers grantors flexibility that other trusts do not. They also provide benefits like more privacy, and a simpler process for...