If what you thought to be true about mortgages turned out not to be true, when would you want to know?It is likely that during your lifetime you will allocate more dollars to the place you are going to sleep than anything else. As such...Read More
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If you have had any previous experience with a financial advisor, chances are the conversation revolved around how much money you have, where it’s located, we can do a better job. It would seem that most investment firms share the same...Read More
Spring time is amusement park time. As a kid, how fun was it to run into the park, grab some cotton candy and chocolate milk before your parents got your day organized? Then it was off to the rides. A drive around the Autopia, a ride...Read More
This month I wrote about the anxiety many people feel towards their financial future. I shared that most families don’t have much of a plan and worry about things out of ignorance. With a plan in place, a family knows where they...Read More
Can you answer the four toughest questions in your personal finances? To live the retirement I want: How much do I need to save each year until retirement? How much rate of return do I need to earn on my savings? At what age can I stop...Read More
Warning, I’m about to share my observations about how your hard earned savings and the US tax code interact. At the very mention of the word “tax” I need to state up, front that I am not a licensed tax professional...Read More
In this month’s “Mark’s Corner”, I posted an article about the interaction of taxes and retirement savings. I pointed out the benefits of saving in either a tax deferred or tax free environment. I also pointed...Read More