• Ep 57: Retirement Planning is Harder Than it Looks

    As advisors, we are constantly immersed in retirement planning. But for the average person, retirement planning can be a lot harder than it looks. Today, we’ll break down whether Social Security, risk, diversification, and 401(k)s are truly easy or a bit more complicated than we realize.

  • Ep 56: Retirement Planning For Business Owners

    Business owners are particularly vulnerable to some misconceptions and false assumptions about their retirement. Today we’ll address a few of these issues and help you become better prepared when it comes to building your financial plan.

  • Keeping your identity safe in a digital world

    With nearly 4 billion people on social media worldwide, plus the risks of using online brokerage and bank accounts, the need for digital security has never been higher.

  • Ep 55: What is Your Risk Tolerance Level?

    Are you someone who doesn’t mind riding the rollercoaster of investment ups and downs? If so, you are more of a risk taker. But not everyone is. Today we’re talking about risk tolerance and how to figure out what your level is.

  • Retiring with your Comic Book Collection

    Retiring with your Comic Book Collection Rare collectibles can provide an entertaining form of alternative “investment,” and might seem particularly intriguing when markets are [...]

Welcome to our blog where our Financial Advisors provide discussion, observation, and advice.  In order to help provide financial education, topics cover everything from the economy to estate planning, from health care costs, and personal finance to retirement planning and more.  In addition, our monthly Market Brief provides an in-depth look at current performance and trends in various financial markets.

Material discussed is meant for general/informational purposes only.  It is not to be construed as tax, legal, or investment advice.  This information has been gathered from sources believed to  be reliable.  However, individual situations can vary.  Therefore, the information should be relied upon only when coordinated with individual professional advice. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Diversification does not ensure against loss.

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