BECU Financial Advisor Todd Pietzsch

Auditing your 401k with Todd Pietzsch

Is your your 401k retirement savings doing its best?

How to make sure your retirement savings is doing its best
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BECU helps your favorite non-profit

Help BECU give a big boost to your favorite nonprofit

BECU's money expert Todd Pietzsch wants your help to find the most worthy nonprofits. They could win thousands.
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BECU's Todd Pietzsch on How not to screw uip your investments right now

How not to screw up your investments right now

BECU's Todd Pietzsch helps you not screw up your investment portfolio right now.
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How to be money smart coming out of lockdown, Becu's Todd Pietzsch breaks it down

How to be money smart coming out of lockdown

BECU's Todd Pietzsch helps you to come out of Coronavirus lockdown money smart.
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BECU's Todd Pietzsch gives advice on buying a house during pandemic

Is this a good time to buy a house?

BECU Money expert Todd Pietzsch gives advice on buying a home during the pandemic.
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How much you should contribute to your 401k to start?

How much you should contribute to your 401k to start

How much to contribute to your 401k in order to retire well
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BECU's Todd Pietzsch: Should you pay off student loans or start an emergency fund?

BECU's Todd Pietzsch: Should you pay off student loans or start an emergency fund?

BECU's Todd Pietzsch answers the question about paying off student loans or starting an emergency fund - which should you do first?
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Talking to kids about money

The NEXT big talk: how to talk to kids about money

Talking to kids about money with BECU's Todd Pietzsch
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The best way to react to recession rumors

You've heard rumors of a coming recession. Should you change your investment strategy? BECU's Todd Pietzsch has some powerful advice.
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How much should be in your emergency fund?

How much do you have saved for an emergency? It might not be enough. 3 to 6 months is best. take a moment to check your finances and make sure you have 3 to 6 mortgage payments, car payments, grocery bills, etc. saved up. If not, just get started putting a little away each month. You'll get there.
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