By: Susan Powers
I recently hosted an evening with friends, food and wine where we discussed the current state of markets, the unique needs of women investors and the importance of aligning your investments with your goals.
The audience was diverse: single, married, small business owners, contractors working from home and retirees. Their perspectives and questions were equally diverse.
By: Patrick Cote
If you are a small business owner making $400K - $600K, there is a large potential tax savings that you have likely not heard about. It involves combining the new 20% QBI deduction with a cash balance/defined benefit plan.
Last week I hosted a gathering of clients and friends to talk about the process of a year end check up. I know, you’re probably thinking more about football, weekend gatherings and getting ready for the holidays, and so were they. But a little time invested now, can payoff in multiple ways.
3 Key Takeaways:
As I get older, I’ve become more curious about Social Security. I’m in my mid 40s and I have been paying into the system since high school. Hopefully, I’m 20+ years out from claiming benefits but given how fast life goes by, it’s never too early to start thinking about and planning for Social Security. It’s a topic that many people shy away from, but in planning for your financial future, it’s an income stream that needs to be accounted for in a financial plan.
To kick off our series of articles on this topic, I am starting with 5 myths about Social Security: