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Medicare A, B, C, and D – Making Sense of it all

2024-05-09T15:22:49-07:00

With its four distinct parts, Medicare can be an alphabet soup of complexity. We provide an overview of the various components and how they impact your healthcare costs. Medicare is available to virtually all U.S. citizens and legal residents 65 years of age and over who have previously worked and paid U.S. taxes or who [...]

Medicare A, B, C, and D – Making Sense of it all2024-05-09T15:22:49-07:00

Financial Tip: Review All Your Insurance Policies Annually to Protect Your Assets

2024-05-08T13:55:48-07:00

Check Off Your Insurance Check-Up: An Insurance Coverage Checklist Insurance is one of the most crucial components of financial well-being, even though you may not necessarily receive an actual payout from a policy. Many things in life are especially valuable, such as your time, your health, your home, and even your life. Insurance can [...]

Financial Tip: Review All Your Insurance Policies Annually to Protect Your Assets2024-05-08T13:55:48-07:00

Trusts – Myths and Misconceptions about Estate Planning

2024-04-12T16:07:43-07:00

Trusts are an important part of an overall estate plan, and should not be overlooked For the average investor, setting up a trust with your estate attorney as part of estate planning can make a lot of sense. For wealthy investors, it can be nearly essential. So why then do only 33% of Americans [...]

Trusts – Myths and Misconceptions about Estate Planning2024-04-12T16:07:43-07:00

Roth Conversion – Tax Strategies to Consider

2024-02-22T14:30:09-08:00

Strategic Reasons for Partial Roth Conversions Before Year-End Looking for a tax-strategy for your investment portfolio? A Roth Conversion is something to consider. Both IRAs and 401(k)s provide the opportunity to cultivate tax-free growth within your investment portfolio. While contributions to Roth retirement assets incur taxes, the potential for tax-free growth and withdrawals in [...]

Roth Conversion – Tax Strategies to Consider2024-02-22T14:30:09-08:00

What to Expect Out of The Fed

2024-01-26T09:52:10-08:00

Key Takeaways Inflation expectations over the next 12 months have convincingly improved, giving the Federal Reserve (Fed) reasons to pivot. We will likely notice improving inflation dynamics later this week. Risk appetite improved as investors considered bringing cash off the sidelines and into capital markets, pushing the markets to new all-time highs. Building permits, [...]

What to Expect Out of The Fed2024-01-26T09:52:10-08:00

Good Debt vs Bad Debt

2023-12-05T14:05:01-08:00

The Two Faces of Debt - Good Debt vs. Bad Debt Understanding Good Versus Bad Debt Can Help You Make Smart Financial Moves Credit card debt is a huge challenge for many people. According to Debt.org, Americans owe $986 billion on credit cards, surpassing the prepandemic high of $927 billion. While credit card debt [...]

Good Debt vs Bad Debt2023-12-05T14:05:01-08:00

Retirement Tips – Get Your House in Order with a Will, 529, and Life Insurance

2024-01-11T08:43:31-08:00

Tools and Techniques Raising a child is expensive. From the day a baby is born until the day they turn 18, a typical family will spend about $310,605 — or about $17,000 a year, according to a recent Brookings Institution analysis of data from the U.S. Agriculture Department.1 If you’re planning to start a [...]

Retirement Tips – Get Your House in Order with a Will, 529, and Life Insurance2024-01-11T08:43:31-08:00

8 Metrics for Your Retirement Planning Dashboard

2024-01-03T17:38:39-08:00

Your Dashboard for Retirement Planning and Beyond! Hey there, future retiree! As you approach the golden years (and much much earlier), it's so important to put on your financial detective hat and dive into the world of numbers to ensure a smooth sail into retirement. Let's make this journey as friendly as possible by [...]

8 Metrics for Your Retirement Planning Dashboard2024-01-03T17:38:39-08:00

Retirement Tips – Paying Down Debt with Snowball or Avalanche Method

2023-12-05T13:51:40-08:00

Erick, are there any tricks to paying down credit card debt? I’d love to put the money in my 401(k) instead! Try the avalanche or snowball method. In each you’ll focus on making extra payments to one debt — while continuing to make the minimum payment on all your other debts. With the avalanche [...]

Retirement Tips – Paying Down Debt with Snowball or Avalanche Method2023-12-05T13:51:40-08:00

Retirement Tips – Don’t Make a Mistake on New RMD Calculation

2023-11-20T15:29:36-08:00

Knowledge is Retirement Power Thanks to the passage of SECURE Act 2.0 at the end of last year, the age for starting required minimum distributions from your 401(k) has been increased from age 72 to age 73 for individuals who attained age 72 after December 31, 2022. It will increase again, to age 75, [...]

Retirement Tips – Don’t Make a Mistake on New RMD Calculation2023-11-20T15:29:36-08:00
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