It’s Not Just Your Kids Who Need Help

We have written a few articles recently about parents trying to help their children become financially responsible adults. We’ve talked about young kids, high school-age kids, even young adults. And although many parents are vigilant about their kids’ financial future simply because they love them and want them to be successful, deep down we all […]







Serving As Personal Representative? Make Sure You Know The Role

Growing up, my grandmother always taught me to not discuss money, politics or religion in any polite or casual conversation. These days that can be challenging. Having been in private practice for all of these years, I have noticed there’s another topic people avoid talking about even more strongly: death. It’s inevitable, but we all […]







Is Your IRA Stretchable?

I had a nice couple, Moe and Deb from Osterville, come to my office a couple of weeks ago for investment advice and estate planning. They had attended an earlier workshop I held, which got them questioning whether they had an adequate estate plan in place.   Their questions concerned their investments, particularly their IRAs. […]