While classifying a retirement plan as “good” or “bad” is partly a matter of opinion, there are several items that you can objectively evaluate to determine if you have a bad 401(k) plan.
Each quarter, Plancorp develops a newsletter to keep our clients apprised of everything from market activity to Plancorp happenings. View the Q1 edition here, and feel free to share with family, friends or colleagues.
The goal of our Women Who Inspire Us event was to bring some light to the amazing things that women are doing in the St. Louis community.
Windfalls like a tax refund provide some of the best opportunities to make permanent improvements to your finances. Here are three ways to put your refund to the best use.
There’s no right or wrong way to sell your business; when you’re ready, you’re ready. Here are the most prevalent signs I’ve seen in my time as a CFO, advisor and business owner.
People may say cash is king, but they don’t always give it the royal treatment it deserves. Make sure you’re managing your cash the right way with these three tips.
Should you invest in the market or pay down debt? Everyone has different circumstances, but here are the most common variables to examine.
The DOL’s proposed Fiduciary Rule has prompted important conversations on objectivity in the world of financial advice. It may be time to rethink your relationship with your financial professional.
A year ago, Plancorp’s Sara Gelsheimer was boarding a plane to Uganda, Africa. Here are the life lessons she came away with—and how she plans to carry them into 2017.