Scarborough Capital Management Blog

8 Mistakes That Can Upend Your Retirement
Jan 17, 2022
Trading in your 9-to-5 for retirement life is supposed to be an exciting time. You can finally sleep in late, play golf, start a hobby, volunteer,[...]
Five Ways Real-Life Advisors Are Preferred Over Robo Advisor Services
Dec 14, 2021
While technology has made tasks like banking, bill-pay and budgeting extremely convenient, Americans still prefer working with a human being opposed[...]
How Millennials Can Benefit from Working with a Financial Advisor
Nov 15, 2021
As a Millennial, you may not think you need a financial advisor until you’re older, when perhaps all of your debt is paid off and you have a sizable[...]
Alphabet Soup: What Your Financial Advisor’s Credentials Tell You
Oct 18, 2021
Chances are, there is at least one acronym that follows your financial advisor’s name on his or her name plate. This may look impressive, but what do[...]
What Type of Retirement Planner Are You?
Oct 04, 2021
Retirement planning has changed. A lot of companies no longer offer retirement savings plans that provide a reliable stream of income like pensions,[...]
Live Webcast – Take Control of Your 401(k)
Sep 22, 2021
Join us for a live webcast presented by Gregory Ostrowski, CFP®, CRPC®, BFA™
Retirement Planning Annapolis: Understanding Vesting
Sep 20, 2021
When it comes to retirement planning (in Annapolis, or anywhere, for that matter) “vesting” is an important term to understand.
Roth 401(k)s Grow in Popularity; Financial Advisor in Annapolis Weighs-In on the Trend
Aug 23, 2021
You may have heard of a Roth IRA. But a Roth 401(k)? What’s that?
A 401(k) AND an IRA? Financial Advisor in Annapolis Explains Why You’d Want Both
Aug 16, 2021
The most common types of retirement accounts are the 401(k) and the IRA, and as a financial advisor in Annapolis, we help clients decide which could[...]
Do I Really Need a Financial Advisor?
Jul 27, 2021
As a financial advisor, there’s a question I hear a lot, especially in the age of the Internet: Why should I pay for financial advice when I can get[...]
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