This Is Why More People Are Investing, Not Spending, Their HSA Health Care Savings

March 20, 2017 Investor’s Business Daily by Donald Jay Korn Most people who contribute to health savings accounts are setting aside tax-free money to use for medical expenses as they arise. But a growing number of HSA members can afford to invest contributions in stocks, mutual funds and other investment vehicles. According to the 2016 Year-End Devenir HSA Research Report, …

Financial Planners Teaching Clients There’s More to Money Than Stock Returns

March 6, 2019 TheStreet by Scott Van Voorhis Clients of financial planners remain focused on portfolio returns, even though there are big value adds elsewhere. Financial planners are increasingly embracing a “holistic,” broad-based service model that focuses less on investment returns and more on developing a healthy financial lifestyle.   Yet clients have yet to completely buy into the new …

Three Financial Advisers Discuss 2015 Outlook

December 15, 2014 Wall Street Journal by Daisy Maxey How Investors Can Prepare for Increased Volatility and Tax Issues Stocks have enjoyed an unprecedented rally since the end of recession in 2009, but many investors are bracing for an interest-rate hike that could shake U.S. stock and bond markets in 2015. Global turmoil, meanwhile, looks set to continue in the …