Of course as a 20 or 30-something, you might figure you’ve got decades to get your act together and organize all your accounts. But putting off this chore can cost you big time. In fact, if you have a small account, your need to make a decision might be more urgent than for mid career … More What to Do With Your Old 401(k)
Word has been spreading fast about five-year-old Seth Lane who suffers from severe combined immunodeficiency disorder (SCID). Seth and his family decided to start a viral campaign urging people to wear yellow, Seth’s favorite color. Today, individuals across the globe participated in the plan with #wearyellowforseth becoming a trending hashtag on social media. Provident Trust Group happily decided to show our support … More Wear Yellow for Seth
These days, many Americans are looking at retirement differently — even to the point of dismissing it entirely and planning to work indefinitely. Unfortunately, they may be in for a rude awakening if things don’t go as planned. Recent research from The Pew Charitable Trusts found that one in five Americans never plans to retire, … More Planning to Work in Retirement Isn’t Really a Plan
There is currently an explosion in the self-directed retirement industry. Following the financial downturn of the last decade, there has been a change in the way people view their investment assets. There is fear in the market for individual investors and the scandals involving even the most respected institutional investment firms have driven a deep … More The Rise of Self-Directed IRAs
Provident Trust Group is serving as a bronze sponsor for the 2015 LendIt USA Conference in New York City from April 13 to 15. According to LendIt USA, the event is “the world’s largest annual gathering of the online lending community” and this year will be the largest exhibition ever assembled in the industry with … More Provident Trust Group Sponsors 2015 LendIt USA Conference
Provident Trust Group CEO Theresa Fette has been selected as one of Vegas Inc.’s 40 Under 40 honorees for 2015. She was chosen based on her dynamic skill set, significant business accomplishments, community involvement and character traits.
This spring may be one of the most anticipated seasons in years, following the never-ending series of snowstorms we have seen over the past few months. Fortunately, we know that the days of delays, shoveling and cold weather should come to an end in the next few weeks. Before the ground gradually thaws, allowing us … More Spring Cleaning Your Finances