Kids Leaving Home? How New Empty Nesters Can Save, Invest
Whether your kids are off to college or to kindergarten, becoming an empty nester could free up a big chunk of money for parents. Lisa Brown, Brightworth wealth advisor and partner, shares valuable tips on Kiplinger.com.
The most telling years of your retirement are the five before you leave the 9-to-5 world, and the five after. Kiplinger.com asked credentialed financial advisers and attorneys, including Brightworth’s Lisa Brown, for their thoughts on ways to make your money last in retirement.
On Kiplinger.com, Brightworth’s Lisa Brown shares how financial decisions should never be set in stone. You need to rethink these three plans you made years ago because you could be in a very different place now
At the midway point of 2017 investors can be encouraged by market gains thus far. All but four of thirty major global stock indexes have risen this year, boosted by a pickup in global growth and earnings.