Stressed out about your student loans? Take a look at the several income-driven repayment plans offered by the federal government. We explain in this Question of the Week.
Despite your Social Security benefit coming from a tax on your earnings, once you’re receiving benefits, you may have to pay tax on them! We explain in this week’s Tax Tip.
Confidence in retirement savings is up in 2018, but health care costs and Social Security still remain a concern. Learn more in this week’s Financial Tip.
Chief Investment Officer Troy Harmon, CFA, CVA, is joined by Managing Associate Shawna Theriault, C.P.A., CFP®, CDFA®, and Senior Associate Jarrett McKenzie, CFP®, CWS®, to discuss a common situation for young investors: Finding the balance between saving for retirement and paying down debt like student loans.
Is the new-car smell worth it, or do you want someone else to take the depreciation hit? We explain points to consider as you shop for a vehicle in our Question of the Week.
Even when most of a married couple’s retirement assets reside in different accounts, it’s still possible to craft a unified retirement strategy. We explain in this week’s Financial Tip.
If you listen to business news, you’ve surely come across GDP—gross domestic product. Learn why it is such an important economic measure in this week’s Financial Tip.
You have a choice: the fraud protection that comes with a credit card, or the money management inherent to a debit card. Pick your plastic! Learn more in our Question of the Week.
Is your child around 17 years old? Time to have the talk….the talk about the Cost of College, and what it means to borrow money. We explain in this week’s Financial Tip.
Henssler Managing Associate K.C. Smith, CFP®, explains our philosophy when it comes to spending down your retirement assets. While most people believe they should only spend what the portfolio generates in income, we believe you spend cash. hensslervideo_personal_finance