No matter how few your assets or how extensive your properties, an estate plan will help you preserve your legacy and provide clarity to your surviving family. Our estate planning checklist can help you start the process and tick those important boxes on your way to confidence about the future.
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We put together a fact sheet “What You Need to Know About Insurance” to help you determine if you have the right insurance coverage for your and your family’s needs. We’ll look at life insurance, homeowner’s insurance, medical insurance and more to help answer your questions:
- What is it?
- Who does it benefit?
- How much does it cost?
- How does it work with your financial plan?
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The days of getting a summer job to put yourself through college are long gone. An education costs more than ever – but it still pays to have one. Our downloadable guide acts as a checklist that explains how you can help them prepare for this passage into adulthood. We’ll look at financial goals and insights for:
- Birth to 1st grade
- Elementary Years through Early High School
- Junior and Senior Year of High School
- College and Beyond!
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401(k), SEP, Simple, Defined Benefit, rollovers, conversions, pre-tax, post-tax – there’s a lot to think about when it comes to retirement plans. This gets even more complex as a small business owner when you’re on the other side of the table.
We put together this comparison chart, which looks at the ideal business for each plan, the guidelines for employers and employees, and access to the assets. Clarity in this process is essential. Fill in the form below to download the chart and start the process!
While you’re packing up the last of 2020, you’ll want to take advantage of the tax opportunities even a year like this one has to offer. Instead of dropping off a shoebox of receipts and hoping for a return, be intentional about maximizing returns and protecting income.
The CARES Act and other government measures have made this a unique tax year, and our 2021 Tax Planning Checklist can help you plan with confidence. Remember, tax planning, not simply tax preparation, is the way to optimize your financial picture.
You may be in isolation, but that doesn’t mean you’re alone. Your team of professionals – from your advisor, to your insurance providers, to your bank – should be going to work for you in these unprecedented times.
But how do you know if you’re receiving the value you should from your financial advisor? We put together 10 questions to help you determine how much value you’re receiving from your advisor.
From loans to tax breaks to credits, the CARES Act attempts to provide relief to small- and medium-sized businesses. As unemployment numbers reach an all-time high, the government is looking for ways to keep Americans employed by helping employers meet payroll. Read more
The coronavirus (COVID-19) has spread quickly across the globe. The concerns have created a “bear market” as the S&P 500 dropped more than 20% from its highs in just over three weeks.
This guide explains why it’s crucial to control the disease now, its economic impact and key market lessons.
CPAs and the online programs you might use come tax time specialize in preparing your taxes — not tax planning. Think bigger than year to year. Tax planning takes into account the larger picture of your investments, assets, estate strategy and other parts of life to protect your finances over decades.
Our resource “10 Tax Planning Tips Your CPA Might Have Missed” breaks down this complex discussion into concrete, actionable items that can help you think strategically about taxes.