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Welcome to the Bogleheads® wiki, a collaborative enterprise by members of the Bogleheads Community. The Bogleheads' approach to investing begins with an investor deciding on percentage allocations to various asset classes, such as U.S. stocks, international stocks, U.S. bonds, and cash. The desired allocations are then implemented using low-cost vehicles which are true to the targeted asset classes. Tax costs are carefully considered, influencing decisions as to what investments to place in taxable versus tax-advantaged accounts. Bogleheads emphasize regular saving, broad diversification, and sticking to one's investment plan regardless of market conditions. Information relevant to the group's core beliefs is available in the Bogleheads' investment philosophy.

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Getting started:
OverviewBogleheads® investment philosophyInvestingPersonal finance Planning for retirement
Financial planning:
Asset allocation Charitable giving Education savingsEstate planning Health savings accounts International domiciles Personal finance Tax considerations
Investing:
Asset classes Alternate asset classes Bonds CDs Indexing International stocks Exchange-traded funds Money markets Mutual funds Portfolios Real estate Risk management (portfolio) Stocks (US) Vanguard
Retirement planning:
Annuities Employer provided retirement plans IRAs Portfolio withdrawals Retirement spending Social Security
Reference material:
Acronyms Blogs (The) Bogleheads® Books and authors Financial theory Financial websites FAQs Glossary Google Docs spreadsheets Resources and links



 NEWS

Vanguard News

Now that the U.S. economy appears headed on the right track, the Federal Reserve debated whether to refine its guidance on interest rates.
Understanding the global economy helps put market movements into context. Here researchers from Vanguard Investment Strategy Group examine the economic trends that impact the investing environment.
In this Global Macro Matters, our researchers analyze how likely the European economy is to experience the muted outlook indicated by recent economic reports.
This year, consider giving the gift of college by opening or contributing to a 529 college savings plan account on behalf of a child.
An online store where you can buy Vanguard-branded merchandise.

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 FEATURED BLOG

TFB - The Finance Buff

New Vanguard solo 401k document suggests that it accepts incoming rollovers from IRAs but customer service reps still say they don't accept. Has Vanguard been illegally refusing rollovers?
Don't worry if you receive a CP 214 notice from the IRS. It's just a reminder.
$100k at Merrill Edge gives you a Bank of America Travel Rewards Visa card that pays 2.625% rewards on every purchase. With more rewards and no foreign transaction fee, it's better than Fidelity AmEx or Citi Double Cash card.
Fidelity Freedom Index Funds offer deposit-and-forget convenience with low cost, broad diversification, and automatic rebalancing.
Charles Schwab will offer an online investment management service to compete with Betterment and Wealthfront. Does it mean it's game over for the startups?

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SISTER SITES


Our Canadian sister site, Financial Wisdom Forum, has a similar focus, many like-minded members, and may be of interest as well. Be sure to visit their wiki, known as finiki, the Canadian financial wiki.