Financial Planning Guide for Newlyweds - Advice for Those Recently Engaged or Married.
Not Investing in an IRA This Year Will Likely Cost You At Least $42,000
Getting engaged and married is one of the most exciting times of your life. It can also be a hectic time as you learn to balance not only your own, but your spouse's goals, dreams, expenses and debts. It is incredibly important to get a plan in place to help guide you on your journey and help ease frustration later on.
Here is a list of a few topics to discuss now, and what to consider when charting your financial future as a couple so that you can ensure you journey is as stress free as possible.
Hylland Capital's End of Year Letter to Clients - 2016
Most of us have probably seen a simple chart showing the long term effects of compound interest: Simply save $X for Y number of years at a certain growth rate, and BAM! Your small amount of savings has grown into a large sum.
But there is a much more important lesson to take from this simple example.
Hylland Capital in the News
Below is a portion of our end of year letter to clients for 2016. Omitted is any personal information that would be included before this section such as client name, account balance, performance, mention of individual holdings, etc. We manage each client's account individually, and therefore each client's performance is unique.
Hylland Capital? There’s an App for That!
Hylland Capital Management has been featured in several news articles around the web recently, here's a quick roundup:
Have a Side Gig? Here’s a Few Ways You Can Save a Few Extra Bucks
In an age where there are more financial advisors over the age of 70 than under the age of 30, we at Hylland Capital think it’s time to bring some fresh air into the profession....
Mastering Your Personal Finances – A Guide With Advice for Every Decade:
Starting and running a business is no easy job. A small business owner has to be a jack-of-all-trades. One who is knowledgeable about their industry, their customers, personal and business accounting, advertising, employees, applicable laws and regulations, taxes and investments (just to name a few). Plus, owning your own business can add complications to your household finances and taxes as well. But, owning your own business is incredibly rewarding, and has a lot of financial perks too! Below are a few that we would look into for clients with a part time side gig or who are full time self-employed:
Hylland Capital in the News
What should be your financial priorities in your 20’s? How do they differ from those in your 30’s? Or 40’s? Or 50’s and beyond? Here is a short guide to help you ensure you are getting on, and remain on the right track to reach your financial goals.
Included for each decade are retirement savings targets, general savings goals and important age milestones in each decade.
Hylland Capital June 2016 Letter to Clients
From time to time, reporters are so desperate for a story that they ask for my opinion on certain topics! Here is a collection of a few quotes featuring Hylland Capital in the last few months:
John Oliver on Retirement Plans and Financial Advisors
Below is a portion of our mid-year letter to clients for 2016. Omitted is any personal information that would be included before this section such as client name, account balance, performance, etc. We manage each client's account individually, and therefore each client's performance is unique. However the portion included in this post is more general in nature and applicable to everyone.
Topics covered include a reaction to the first half of 2016's stock market performance, the power of compounding interest and the effects the presidential election will have on your portfolio.
John Oliver, host of "Last Week Tonight", hits it out of the park with his segment the other night on retirement plans and the financial advisory industry in general.
Does Hylland Capital pass John Oliver's test?