By Todd Youngdahl, CFP®
2020 is quickly approaching, which means you may be one year closer to taking out required minimum distributions (RMDs) on your retirement accounts. With that in mind, you probably have a million thoughts swirling in your mind.
What exactly are RMDs? When do I start taking them? And what do I need to know about them?
By Todd Youngdahl, CFP®
As 2019 winds down, many investors fear our 10-year-old bull market is quickly turning into a bear market. And if it does turn into a bear market, what does that mean? Are we on the verge of another recession like the one we had in 2008?
In light of all these concerns, today we’ll give you the 411 on recessions and bear markets so you can know if there’s anything to be concerned about at this time.
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