The average tax refund this year is $3,009. You worked hard for this money. You had to get up early, commute to your job, and put in long hours for this refund. You would never act as cavalier with this money as the gambler did. Or would you?
Spring has finally sprung and there’s no better time to do some cleaning up – of your finances.
Joe Kelly, CFP®
Let’s face it: Investing your hard-earned money can be a scary thing. Whether you’re experiencing a volatile stock market or dealing with unforeseen expenses from an income property, the uncertainty of your money’s future can be troubling. However, investing has become a necessity for many as an additional way to build a nest egg to retire comfortably in the future.