Don't Be Caught Legally Blind!
When Your Child Goes Off to College
Commencement signals the beginning of a new start for graduating high school seniors. As proud parents, we replay 18 years of memories, time invested, experience and love as we tried our best to prepare...Read More
Inheriting an IRA
Pay attention to IRS rules.
If you inherit an IRA from a family member, be aware of the complex IRS rules that surround this account transfer. The requirements give your inherited IRA the potential to continue growing on a tax...Read More
Always Carry Your ‘Knife’
How to Survive an Anaconda Attack
Sometimes our natural reaction to athreat is not the best one. With the liberal press screaming recession and the supposed economy experts scattered with opinions leaving people puzzled, investors are...Read More
Manage Risk in Your Portfolio
To most people, ‘risk’ evokes negative images — driving faster than the speed limit, placing bets on ‘a long shot’ or traveling alone to unfamiliar places. Mention risk...Read More
Divorce and Your Money
A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFATM) can help you avoid many common financial pitfalls with pre-divorce financial counseling.
After his divorce, David went to a financial adviser to determine how to best position his assets. Together, David and his planner decided to do a total financial plan for him. During the planning session...Read More
Avoiding Mistakes in Evaluating Investment Managers
Everyone wants big returns and everyone wants to beat the “benchmark” as way of saying my money is working well for me. While benchmarks have become center stage in investment analysis as...Read More