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Ten Common Estate Strategy Mistakes You Should Avoid

Ten Common Estate Strategy Mistakes You Should Avoid

Legacy preparation can play a key role in any financial strategy. Legacy management lets you consider what happens to everything you’ve accumulated—and may continue to accumulate—throughout your lifetime. But far too often, we’ve seen this as something that gets...

Financial Wedding Tips for a Memorable “I Do”

Financial Wedding Tips for a Memorable “I Do”

As we enter the traditional wedding month of June, we wanted to explore the range of expenses that can be related to this special event. The average US wedding costs $35,0001 According to The Knot Real Weddings Study of nearly 10,000 couples across the country, in...

The Evolving Relationship Between Stocks and Bonds

The Evolving Relationship Between Stocks and Bonds

Sir John Templeton once said, “The four most expensive words in investing are: ‘This time it’s different.'” And normally, we would agree. But the phrase “This time it’s different” may apply to what's happened in financial markets in recent years. What’s new? For most...

How Much Do You Need To Retire?

How Much Do You Need To Retire?

A few years ago, there were ads from financial services companies asking, “What’s your number?” The number was the money you needed to retire comfortably. This was an effective way for financial services companies to get people thinking about retirement and...

Remote Workers Should Be Wary Of Double Income-Tax Hit

Remote Workers Should Be Wary Of Double Income-Tax Hit

Clients who work remotely face a new landscape of potential double taxation, as states differ in how aggressively they levy income tax on remote and cross-border workers. “That each state [often] adopts its laws without regard for other states’ laws for the same type...

Give Your Children the Gift of Financial Literacy

Give Your Children the Gift of Financial Literacy

Give your children the gift of financial literacy. They’ll thank you later! As a parent, you are well aware of your responsibility in helping your children grow up happy and healthy. Once they enter their teen years, the pressure can build to impart more of your...

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