Scarborough Capital Management Blog

Don’t Retire Before Asking Yourself These Questions
Feb 17, 2020
Retirement planning can be complex. Sure, it may be fun to imagine all the things you want to finally do when you’re no longer commuting, working[...]
How to Make Your Annual Bonus Work as Hard as You Do
Feb 10, 2020
Many times, when people receive an annual bonus, they think about all of the great things they can potentially do with it. Sometimes those ideas[...]
Tax Planning and the New Year
Feb 03, 2020
April 15 isn’t the only time that your taxes are important. With a new year upon us, now is another crucial time to discuss financial planning and[...]
The Difference Between Professional Help and a Target Date Fund
Jan 27, 2020
Some mutual fund companies market Target Date Funds (TDFs) as the one-stop-shop for your investments. While TDFs may have their place in your[...]
Financial Resolutions for 2020
Jan 21, 2020
Is your bank account feeling the impact of the holidays? At Scarborough Capital Management, we see it a lot. Here are some strategies to help you[...]
A 401(k) versus an IRA: What’s the Difference and How to Choose?
Jan 13, 2020
There are two common accounts used for retirement saving: A 401(k) and an Individual Retirement Account (IRA). Both provide major tax benefits,[...]
Financial Planning: What You Should Know When First Getting Started
Jan 07, 2020
The idea of financial planning can be overwhelming, especially when you’re first getting started. You may be in your first job, or just beginning[...]
When Your Money Makes Money: 10 Ways to Help Maximize Your 401(k)
Dec 30, 2019
Having a 401(k) is a great first step in retirement planning, but how you maximize the opportunities your 401(k) offers can make all the[...]
4 Things You Didn’t Know About a 401(k)
Dec 16, 2019
A 401(k) is a unique retirement plan that offers tax-deferred benefits, matching opportunities and long-term savings. The way you use these[...]
The Younger You Are, the More Sense it Makes to Save
Dec 10, 2019
The sooner you start saving for retirement, the better off you’ll be.