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Shouldn’t your Retirement be your “Encore” Life?

June 14, 2019
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Part One of Weekly Three Part Series starting 6/14/19. Part 1 – Don’t Plan for Retirement The retirement you saw your grandparents or even your parents live through will likely not be the retirement you choose for yourself. Consider the following: In 1900, the average life expectancy was 47 years. Only 100,000 Americans lived to…

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Our People are our Most Valuable Asset — Meet Matt Boelter, Financial Advisor & Shareholder

June 7, 2019
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To read Matt’s complete bio click here

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Is it time to change financial advisers?

May 14, 2019
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Written by Adriel Tam, CEO and Founding Shareholder. The original article is published on MarketWatch. To read the full article, click here.

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Who Cares About Social Responsibility?

May 2, 2019
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If You Care, Maybe You Should do Business with Others Who Care, Too. Written by Shannon McCarty, Director of Marketing I often say, “People like doing business with people they know.”  We all find ourselves occasionally looking for a person or firm to hire, and it’s natural to turn to business colleagues, friends or family…

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Spring Cleaning — Put Your Financial House in Order

April 10, 2019
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As you file away your forms and schedules at the end of the tax season, it’s a good time to take a closer look at the big picture of your financial structure and tidy up where needed. Here’s a checklist of key considerations to help you get started. Lay a Balanced Investment Groundwork Does your…

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Tax Changes: Sell Your Property or Convert to a Rental Property? What’s Right for You?

March 8, 2019
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By Joe Erickson, CPA and Viridian Shareholder Recent changes to tax law can have a significant impact on decision-making in the current real estate environment. This article describes some of the major changes, and it will hopefully help you decide what to do with your home if/when you decide to no longer live there. Tax…

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Kids and Money: A Little Education Pays Off

June 4, 2018
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Just about anyone who’s ever watched a child or grandchild go from the crib to kindergarten and beyond has uttered the phrase, “They grow up so fast.” Although you can’t really freeze a youngster’s precious moments in time, you can take steps to make sure that his or her journey to adulthood starts with a…

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Marriage: Entering a New Investment Life

April 30, 2018
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There are a lot of issues that couples need to think about when tying the knot — wedding preparations, family, and, of course, finances. Addressing personal finance and investment issues before the big day may help improve your odds of being together years later. Here are some financial issues that you should consider when embarking…

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Don’t Plan for Retirement — Plan for an Encore Life

April 9, 2018
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Written by Mark Jaeger, ChFC®, CFP® – CCO/COO Original article posted on Market Watch here.

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