Financial Fitness For 2017 And Beyond

Ahhh . . . New Year’s. It’s that fateful time when we all vow to take control of our bad habits. It is the time each year when we sit, ponder, and reflect on the wrongs in our lives and take action to fix them. For most of us, our resolutions focus on two things: […]

Backdoor Roth IRA: Appropriate Or Not?

Last week I received a phone call from a very nice young woman, Stephanie. She is a faithful Cutter Family Finance reader who wants to stay financially fit.   Stephanie wants to contribute to a Roth IRA. She is concerned about taxes rising in the future and she does not want to bear that burden. […]

Common Portfolio Misconceptions

Lately, I have met a slew of folks all wanting to have the same old discussions about allocation strategies, historical performance, top mutual fund managers, price to earnings (PE) ratios, or whatever else their brokers deem to be the hot topic of the day in the shark-infested shallows of the stock market noise. And although […]

Jeff Cutter: Now Taking Financial Questions

Jeff Cutter, Financial Wealth Manager and President of Cutter Financial Group, will now be accepting your weekly financial questions.  The topics he will be covering can include, tax free retirement, wealth management, estate planning, financial planning, risk management, educational planning, insurance planning, social security planning and medical professionals.  Check out the video below! Got a […]