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Secure Act 2.0–The Sequel

According to the professional services firm, PwC: “A quarter of US adults have no retirement savings and only 36% feel their retirement planning is on …

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The Top 529 Education Savings Plans of 2021

Parents, as you begin the process to plan and save for college expenses, you may find this article by Morningstar on The Top 529 Education …

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Bond Market Corner

The bond market continued to surprise investors during the fourth quarter. Despite investors’ fears of higher interest-rates, longer term bond yields have maintained their low …

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7 Common Estate Planning Mistakes

Estate planning is more than having a will or a trust, a power of attorney and a medical directive, which most of us do with …

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charitable giving

Charitable Giving in 2021 and Beyond

“Giving Tuesday” was November 30th this year, but you have until December 31st to make charitable contributions that qualify for a 2021 tax deduction. With …

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The World of Insurance

By definition, insurance is “coverage by contract whereby one party undertakes to indemnify or guarantee another against loss by a specified contingency or peril.” A …

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Consider a Financial Caretaking Plan

A Financial Caretaking Plan outlines the steps you take to transfer bill paying, investment management, estate planning, and tasks you need to complete to prepare for the day you can no longer manage finances on your own. 

This enables us to help you prepare for transition of financial management to your financial caretaker(s). If portions of the questionnaire are not applicable, that’s ok! We can work on this report together to reflect your plans.

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Download our guide which provides a broad overview of some of the most commonly used trusts FAQ. We collaborate with estate planners and can explore with you if a trust could benefit you and your family.

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