This week was midterm elections and we’ve had many questions about what it all could mean, which we’ll tackle in today’s blog. We consider it a great honor to vote, and while we may not know the final results of the election for days (or even months), what we do know is the election will …Continue Reading!
Published by Ron Carson As I arrived in Minnesota to meet with a client who had just achieved his life’s goal of selling his company, I was looking forward to hearing tales of high-stakes deals. At 73, he had sold his real estate development firm in Minneapolis for $174 million and had sche …
Remember the American Dream? Go to college, get married, work hard, buy a home, then have 2 kids, add a dog and cruise control. Times have changed and many people are well into their 30’s when they first consider purchasing a home for the first time.
No matter how well-prepared you may feel for life in retirement, none of us is immune to the challenges presented by market volatility, rising taxes and inflation and longevity. Fluctuations in the financial markets, interest rates and the value of the dollar affect the price of the goods a …
Published by Teresa Milner Your 401k has a meaningful purpose, but are you failing to meet its objective? Are you using your 401k to provide meaningful retirement income? If there isn’t a company plan offered, are you looking ahead and planning for yourself?
Published by Scott Ford “If you don’t set priorities for yourself, life will live you, not the other way around.” No one put this better than Steve Jobs in his commencement speech at Stanford in 2005, after his diagnosis with the pancreatic cancer:
Published by Beth Schanou Our clients experience a variety of motivations to commence working with our team on the development of a financial plan.