Financial Friday Round-Up: February 8 – February 12, 2021
Welcome to the latest Financial Friday Round-Up, our weekly column filled with the best things for you to read, watch or listen to regarding finance around the web. Below you will find a Wall Street Journal piece on LTC Insurance, a guide to taxes on retirement income, news on the youngest female CEO to ever IPO, and more.
In a Q&A column for the Wall Street Journal, Glenn Ruffenach gave some tips to a reader who was searching for long-term-care insurance. His advice? Look for the right agent, not the right policy. Read more from his answer to learn the importance of consulting an agent when searching for the right policy and insurer.
Understanding the cumulative impact of taxes on your retirement income is one of the most important aspects of managing your nest egg. Navigating the many tax codes can be difficult, so Kiplinger put together this helpful list of ten ways retirement vehicles interact with tax laws so you can fully understand what may happen to your savings in the future.
Only a handful of women CEO have taken their companies public, and Bumble’s Whitney Wolfe Herd is slated to be the youngest in history to IPO. Read this inspiring profile of how the former-executive from Tinder created a female-first dating app and rode it to this present success.
Despite being almost a year from the emergence of COVID-19, many workers are still convening over Zoom and other digital platforms on a daily basis. Forbes has a new guide on the importance of translating training materials to this new digital landscape. Readers will notice the familiarity with FFS’ Success Tracks platform; for more on the importance of this switch to digital, read this article.