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Check your IRA beneficiaries
Are the people you wanted to benefit from your hard work your entire life this year the same as they were last year? Life can change quite a bit over time, so it’s important that you’ve got a record of who gets what...Read More
April Showers Bring…Financial Literacy Month!
Spring is here! The weather is warming and we’re heading into the season of sun and fun. While we still aren’t fully back to normal, there’s a hopeful light at the end of the tunnel and the month brings some...Read More
Don’t Shred Those Tax Documents Yet!
Once you complete this year’s taxes, you may wonder what to do with that pile of records, 1099s, receipts, and bank statements. What do you really need to keep? What can you shred?Read More
Cashflow for the Kiddos!
We always hope our clients feel confident discussing money with their families. The truth is, talking about money can be uncomfortable! Where do you begin? What’s the right age? The good news is, it’s never too early to!!Read More
I Can Help Lower Your Tax Burden
We all know that feeling when April rolls around each year: “I NEED to lower my taxes!”The good news is that there are some strategic planning strategies that can help. As part of our planning process, we work with our...Read More
Roth Conversion in 2021 - Is It Right For You?
The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken up nearly every aspect of American life. To say it’s been a difficult time would be an understatement. However, difficult times may open doors to new possibilities. Businesses are changing their...Read More
Does Main Street Need a Wall Street Strategy?
As Wall Street pushes higher, a pandemic-weary Main Street is relearning how to manage cash flow with the hope of keeping its retirement dreams alive.Self-employed Americans, and the people working for them, account for roughly 30...Read More
2021 Limits for IRAs, 401(k)s and More
On October 26, the Treasury Department released the 2021 adjusted figures for retirement account savings. Although these adjustments won’t bring any major changes, there are some minor elements to note.401(k)sThe salary deferral...Read More
Inherited IRAs: Learn About The Options
Navigating the death of a close family member can be difficult to endure. When a loved one is lost, the first thoughts likely won’t be about what to do with their IRA. But for beneficiaries, it is important to make wise...Read More
Want to Retire Earlier? Here’s how.
As a firm we have decided we want to continue to provide timely content to our clients and followers and have decided that it is time we start blogging. We want to make sure that the content is timely and sometimes even fun.Read More