Money & Investing  
 
    Financial planning is a vital concern to many senior citizens, both to ensure a comfortable and secure retirement, and, in many cases, to protect wealth for the next generation. The first step toward wise money management is learning the ropes, in order to gain basic understanding of the different kinds of investments. The next step for many is choosing a financial planner who can provide skillful financial and investing advice. For those not yet retired, the next important step will be retirement planning. And for both working and retired persons, the final step is to learn details about specific kinds of investments, including mutual funds, stocks and bonds, insurance products, 401K plans and other kinds of assets. In addition, it is essential to be alert to fraud and regulatory resources, in order to avoid financial criminals who prey upon the elderly.



 
  Learning the Ropes   Tutorials on the basics of investing, including different ways to invest and what to expect from each.

    Choosing a Financial Planner   Sound advice from several sources on this tricky, yet extremely important, topic.

 
    Retirement Planning   Planning tools and calculators, tips and ideas, Social Security links and suggestions for special
circumstances.

 
    Mutual Funds   Tutorials, rating sites and links to mutual fund companies.

 
    Stocks & Bonds   Links to stock brokers, stock exchanges and rating services.

 
    Insurance Products   Tutorials, rating services and links to insurance companies offering investment products.

 
    401K Plans   Tutorials and online tools for managing funds in a 401K account.

 
    Fraud & Regulatory Resources   How to contact investment regulators, and what to watch out for when investing your money.

 
         

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