Personal financial planning is all about setting priorities and then putting your resources to work to achieve them, while covering the big risks that could derail your financial future. The thought is you want to give every dollar that comes into your bank account a job. Whether you’re a mid-career serial entrepreneur or in your […]
Little has been predictable in the national political arena over the last three weeks. Few pundits predicted Trump would win, and even fewer presaged that the domestic stock markets would rally to all time highs. Interest rates have moved upwards sharply as the market starts building in expectations for increased growth and a phenomenon gone […]
There are many milestones that signal you’re close to retirement. It could be that you’ve put your kids through college and its painful tuition bills. You’re attending an increasing number of work parties celebrating many years of loyal service. You or a loved one may have suffered a health scare or setback reminding you that […]
While most are distracted by the holiday rush, I’d like to suggest a gift for the young people in your life that could endure a lifetime: a Roth IRA.
New Roth IRA rules this year invite high income earners to join the tax-free party. For them, it’s an income and estate planning opportunity nonpareil. If you have the wherewithal and will to let your Roth span generations, it could help you turn $120,000 into over $5 million with no taxes or penalties. Roth contributions […]