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Want to easily set-up your retirement accounts without having to stress over it? Certified Public Accountant and author Mike Piper shares how index investing can help your achieve your investing goals.
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Today we’re at #5 of the top 10 episodes of the Couple Money Podcast!
Index Investing and You
Investing can be a tricky subject for many with all the noise out there on what’s stock hot or which mutual is about to rebound.
When I was putting together this episode my goal was to give you a few principles and resources that could get you set up with retirement investing even if you didn’t have a lot of money start off with.
During the interview Mike goes over a few essentials on investing, including:
- advantages of index funds
- what asset allocation is
- when robo-advisors can be helpful
- what to do when your 401(k) doesn’t offer index funds
Hope you enjoy!
Simple and Effective Investing with Mike Piper
Mike Piper has been helping people with their investing and more as a Certified Public Accountant and as personal finance author.
He founded Oblivious Investor and is a contributor to The Wall Street Journal and Money Magazine.
Looking for more information about investing? Please check out his posts on:
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Setting them up was easy and the service has been wonderful with both companies.
Vanguard and Betterment offer you a way to invest effectively and efficiently with index funds and ETFs.