Scarborough Capital Management Blog

12 Threats to Retirement Many People Aren’t Prepared For
Apr 19, 2021
When it comes to retirement planning, there seems to be an unlimited number of variables to account for. Nevertheless, once you are aware of[...]
What is Social Investing? 3 Steps to Get Started
Apr 05, 2021
Social investing, also known as Socially Responsible Investing (SRI), has been growing in popularity for a number of years. Simply put, social[...]
Saving Vs. Investing: Which is More Important?
Mar 30, 2021
Putting your money to work is one of the core pillars of wealth-building. This common but powerful mantra is the driving force behind[...]
10 Ways Your Spending Habits Could be Jeopardizing Your Retirement
Mar 22, 2021
Time is one of the most important ingredients in the recipe for a financial plan. Earning and saving money is important, of course, but Father[...]
Not Your (Grand)Parents’ Retirement: How Retirement Planning Has Changed
Mar 08, 2021
Retirement planning has changed tremendously in the past several decades.
Thrift Savings Plan Participants: When Can You Retire?
Feb 22, 2021
Are you a United States government employee or a member of the military with retirement funds in a Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)? If so, you may be[...]
Live Webcast – State of the Markets
Feb 15, 2021
Join us for a live webcast presented by Joshua Goldsmith, CFP®, CRPC® Scarborough’s Webcast Series presents State of the Markets. The financial[...]
Scarborough Capital Management Advisors Chosen as Seven of Baltimore’s Five Star Wealth Managers for 2021
Feb 10, 2021
Five Star Professional and Scarborough Capital Management are pleased to announce Ian Arrowsmith, Joshua Goldsmith, David Herman, Gregory[...]
When is it Time for a Financial Review?
Feb 01, 2021
With 2020 behind us, you may look back over the last 12 months with anxiety, confusion and relief that a new year is now upon us.
8 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Making a Major Purchase
Jan 26, 2021
Buyer’s remorse is an awful feeling. The regret, exasperation and that sinking feeling that you went into debt for nothing (or not much, anyway)[...]