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Changing Jobs: Take your 401k with you.

If you have participated in an employer’s 401k, you may not know what to do with your existing account - a fiduciary can help. 

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Municipal Bonds: Recent Weakness Leads to Investing Opportunity

Income from municipal bonds award investors with tax advantages. Investors receive steady income exempt from federal taxation.

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Check out the recent Redfin article we were featured in:

A pied à terre is a luxury apartment or condo in a big city that someone uses as their second home. People generally invest in pieds à terre for convenience, proximity to work, to visit a particular city, or as a home away from home. Read on to learn about where you can find pieds à terre and how you can choose one that makes the most sense for you.

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What Is a Fiduciary Financial Planner and How They Are Different?

You may have heard that a fiduciary financial planner is required to act in your best interest. But what
does that actually mean for you?

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What is ESG Investing?

There are several different options to build your portfolio through investment accounts. The most common options include a combination of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. However, many of these investments are made based on risk tolerance and level of return, without any thought as to what you’re investing in.

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What Is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP)?

There are many different roles within the financial industry. Individuals looking for specific advice or guidance need someone who has the knowledge and experience within those areas of service. Since many of these specialties and professions overlap, the financial industry can get a little confusing.

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Can You Have a Roth IRA and a 401(k)?

Many people have a 401(k) plan with their employer at work, but not everyone has a Roth IRA. While they are two different types of investments with unique eligibility requirements, financial guidelines, and tax rules, they aren’t mutually exclusive.

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Top 7 Budgeting Tips to Fund Your Children’s College Tuition

College is expensive and getting stuck with student loan debt can lead to lifelong payments that far exceed the actual cost of college. If you have children or are planning to have children and want to provide them with the best opportunity possible, saving for college should start early.

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Strategies to Maximize Your IRA Contributions

Retirement planning isn’t as straightforward as it may seem. There are several different ways to grow your savings and maximize your investments but navigating all the intricate details of multiple accounts can get overwhelming. That’s why working with an experienced financial advisor is recommended

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5 Things Women Should Know About Taxes After a Divorce

Divorce profoundly changes the lives of everyone involved. Husbands, wives, and children find themselves unsure of how to handle all the intricate details during litigation and after legalities have waned away. Regardless of how long you’ve been married, being prepared for the transition is important.

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