Revisiting The 4% Rule

The "4% rule" has long been a benchmark for how retirees can safely spend down their accounts. Like any rule of thumb, it's a guideline - not an immutable law.

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The “Grey Divorce”

A "grey divorce" - one that happens later in life - can be hugely disruptive. Work with a financial planner to shrink that "degree of losing.”

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2021 . . . What if?

No one could have foreseen what was to come this time last year. Make sure your retirement system is resilient where it needs to be to help ride out future uncertainty.

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Holiday Gifting Within Your Plan

When gifting your estate assets to your family, make sure consider your own retirement income needs and potential tax liabilities for you and the receiver.

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The Pandemic Parent’s Crisis
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The Pandemic Parent’s Crisis

The pandemic is forcing parents to reassess career and life goals as they attempt to navigate a new normal for remote learning for their kids.

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A Boss Is Only as Good as Their Team

There is no doubt the current recessionary environment has most of us concerned and possibly even questioning the course we had set regarding our financial plans. With my oldest daughter,…

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What Is Real Wealth?

These times are unprecedented.  As a community, the younger kids are on extended break from elementary, middle school, and high school.  As a community, the older kids are home from college.  Dads or…

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