Category Archives: Saving

Be Wary of Unemployment Scams

Seasons of vulnerability and increased market volatility are a prime time for scammers on the hunt for victims. Unfortunately, there are two newly arising scams that you should know about, […]

Busting Misconceptions about the Wealthy

For many of us, becoming wealthy may seem as improbable as winning the lottery. Millionaire status is sometimes fun to imagine, but it may also feel impossible to attain, due […]

Don’t sweat the 529 regret

The benefit of 529 college savings plans is the opportunity for tax-deferred investment growth, and tax-free withdrawal, provided that the money is allotted for higher education purposes. It’s no secret […]

College Costs: Unexpected Stats about Saving (Part 2)

Mistake 1: Paying taxes on college saving income   At Ambassador Advisors, we want you to take advantage of tax-free growth opportunities for college savings.   23% of students attend […]

College Costs: Unexpected Stats about Saving (Part 1)

One of the heftiest costs continuing to skyrocketed in our society is college. Higher education is often a requirement for many careers and provides important learning opportunities for students, so […]

Physical–and Financial–Fitness

A recent survey1 by Bankrate.com states that roughly half (48 percent) of employed Americans aren’t saving more for retirement this year than last year. Furthermore, 13 percent are saving less. So […]

Are you ready for retirement?

When you’re in your forties, retirement can seem so far away. Yet two decades later, retirement can seem like a looming deadline. How will retirement affect your lifestyle? What changes […]

Healthcare Expenses in Retirement (Part 2)

Staying silent allows concerns to intensify into fear According to the most recent Nationwide Retirement Institute survey, six in ten affluent, older adults fear that medical expenses will hinder their […]