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Investment planning is more than just deciding where to invest your money. There are many considerations to take into account and these articles are just the place to start learning smart strategies. Read our most recent articles or search the Categories below for a specific topic such as:

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Your Second Wind - Starting a New Business in Retirement

For generations past, retirement represented an extended period of leisure time punctuated by occasional games of golf and bridge. But today, with lengthening life expectancies and dwindling pensions, many Americans are looking to retirement as an opportunity to start a new business.

Using 529 Plans to Invest for College & Manage Wealth

Paying for a child’s or grandchild’s college education is an expensive proposition, even for many high-net-worth Americans. Today’s elite institutions promise graduates a rewarding future, but at a cost that more often than not extends well into six figures. Enter the 529 plan, a tax-advantaged investment vehicle generally available to families regardless of their income level. For affluent parents and grandparents, a 529 plan offers a variety of potential benefits

Women & Retirement: What You Need to Know

More than half of women (53%) surveyed recently are the primary breadwinners in their households, yet only 20% consider themselves “very well prepared” with their financial decision making.1 Nearly one-third of those surveyed said they earn more than their spouse as a direct result of the rocky economy. Among male breadwinners, 45% consider themselves

Pay Yourself First - and Regularly - With Dollar Cost Averaging

To remain financially responsible, everyone must pay bills on a regular basis. These bills include mortgages, utilities, car loans and credit cards. Unfortunately, many people do not also heed the oft-quoted advice to pay themselves first. The reality is that a steady saving and investing plan is sometimes necessary to help pursue such financial goals as paying for a wedding or new car, buying a house and funding retirement. One strategy that can help you develop a

Incentive Trusts-Keeping a Steady Hand on the Tiller

A good legacy may work wonders for those left behind, but you may feel that your heirs need more than just financial benefit from your estate. If you would like to provide direction to your heirs and help ensure that they pursue important life goals, you may consider including incentive trusts in your estate plans.

 
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