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You’ve come to the conclusion that you need the help of a financial advisor. Multiple friends have given you “their guys” name. You’re confused and overwhelmed. You don’t want to make the wrong choice and you’re worried that you may inadvertently hire the next Bernie Madoff. Sound familiar? That’s not surprising at all. For most…
With the stock market reaching new highs on a regular basis, the question of what to do with stock options is weighing heavily on many individual’s minds. While each individual’s situation is unique, there are some factors that you should consider as you make this decision: What is your plan? Decisions regarding the sale or…
General George S. Patton captured the essence of the final step: “A good plan violently executed today is far and away better than a perfect plan next week” And if you’re not a fan of Patton, I’d offer this all-time favorite: The road to hell is paved with good intentions Rule #10 – Your financial…
One of the biggest shocks that folks often experience is when they make the transition from “accumulation” to “decumulation”. Suddenly the monthly habit of saving and putting money away becomes one of pulling money OUT of the accounts. Those balances that you have watched for years and have given you the sense of security now…
It’s everyone’s favorite question to ask a financial planner – “So what’s the market going to do?” And my favorite answer is…
Education is near and dear to me. My wife spent four plus years as a teacher, and I invested the time to get my BS, MS, and PhD degrees in engineering.
One of the most important parts of the financial planning process is addressing the issue of estate planning. While estate planning can be extremely complicated, there are four key components that you should have in place
There are only two things that are certain: death and taxes. Now some folks will say paying taxes is “patriotic”; and, while I’ll concede, that we all have a moral and legal obligation to pay our taxes, I hardly consider paying more taxes patriotic.
If only everything went as planned…. Unfortunately, life does not work that way. And that’s why having a solid set of insurance policies in place is so important.