Cutter Family Finance

The Cutter Family Finance articles are published in The Falmouth Enterprise and The Mashpee Enterprise every Friday.

Preparing for Retirement

The new year brings some changes to how much you can set aside for retirement. Make sure you’re taking advantage of every break you can to make your golden years easier.

Now That’s . . . SMART!

Whether your goal this year is to improve your physical or financial health, this handy mnemonic tool can help you reach it. Find out how to get SMART.

Investment Advice for Different Generations

Your investment strategy will change throughout your life. Learn how your strategy should change based on what generation you belong to.

Making Sense of the New Tax Law

There’s a lot to unpack in the tax reform package signed into law just before Christmas by President Trump. Find out how it will affect your family’s finances.

2017 Cutter Financial Group Gift Guide

Need help finding last-minute Christmas gift inspiration? Let us help with some goofy, fun, and serious ideas for financially-minded gifts for everyone on your list!

Don’t Forget Your RMD Before The End Of The Year

Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) affect holders of tax-deferred retirement accounts starting at age 70 1/2. Understand what RMDs are and how they can work to your tax advantage.

Non-traded REITs: When It Sounds Too Good to Be True

Investors are fleeing from non-traded REITs in droves thanks to improved regulatory oversight, but brokers still push them. Find out more about how these differ from other real estate investment trusts.

What’s Past Is Prologue: Making Income Last In Retirement

Make your retirement investments last through the next market downturn by understand how they’d do during the last downturn. Learn from history so you don’t repeat past mistakes.

Planning for Health Care in Your Retirement

Healthcare costs are rising – again. Learn how to control long term care costs in your retirement without paying through the nose.

Surfing Tips for Investors

Investors surfing the current stock market wave can manage downside risk to avoid wiping out their retirement savings.