The New Year is often a time for reflection, resolutions, and resets. New commitments to our diet and exercise routine, as well as getting or keeping our financial house in order are among the most common. It’s not unusual that by the end of January, however, that many of our New Year’s intentions have given way to the hustle and bustle of our normal lives.
My job as a financial advisor is to guide my clients into making sound investment decisions. Not only do I help them with where to invest their money in their retirement accounts but I am also asked to help them plan and save for their children’s future college education.
The difficulty and heartbreak of losing a spouse is oftentimes accompanied by financial uncertainty. What happens to your spouse’s assets is largely dependent on if their property is transferred through or around probate.
If you’re like most people, as you approach age 62, you begin thinking about taking Social Security benefits. After all, you’ve spent years and years watching your paycheck reduced by Social Security Taxes, it’s time to reap the benefits.
It is back-to-school time for everyone, and if you have a teenager, it means worrying about them driving to school, staying on the honor roll, and figuring out how they will find the time to get all their homework done. If you have a junior or senior in high school, you are also probably worried about financial aid for college.
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