“If you want $1 million dollars in retirement, the most important thing is not asset allocation. It is taking money and putting it into savings,” agrees Luke Delorme, a Research Fellow at American Institute for Economic Research. “Inertia is a powerful force. The sooner you start saving the better. Actually saving is the most important thing.”
Investment recommendations for retirees are often based on savings levels achieved by only a small fraction of families. Here’s better advice.
The American Institute for Economic Research (AIER), an independent non-profit economic research organization, announced today it is launching a book series early next year designed to give people advice on how to take some necessary steps to improve their personal financial lives. The first two titles are a revised version of the Institute’s well-known "If Something Should Happen," which isRead More
President Stephen Adams talks to Wharton Business Radio about tips to prepare for the next recession.
What you’ve been waiting for: our annual list of our Top 10 Summer Fellowships! Funded summer fellowships are competitive opportunities to get valuable work or research experience that will make your resume stand out from the crowd. Application deadlines for summer fellowships typically fall between January and February, so now is the best time to prepare and apply. Here are our fellowshipRead More