Month: September 2018

Age & Stage

When we work with your family, you will probably hear us use the term “Age and Stage” to describe part of the process we use to build and implement your financial plan. While folks may be at different stages at the same age or the same stage at different ages, it is important for your…

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Too Much of a Good Thing: Owning Your Employer’s Stock

While owning a piece of the company you work for can have obvious financial rewards, it can also have potentially greater risks than investing in a diversified portfolio. I have personally experienced the ups and downs of building a large portfolio of employer stock, and I learned a few things along the way: Pros 1….

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Four Advisors

The title “financial advisor” is under scrutiny. It’s a confusing blanket term that does little to explain the intricacies of the industry, and regulators are trying to help consumers differentiate between the various business models and standards in financial services. Here are a few titles and a brief explanation of what they do, to help…

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